Outlook 2003 Personal Contacts



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Outlook 2003 Personal Contacts

Postby T3V0bG9vayAyMDAzIGFzc2lzdGFuY2U » Wed, 11 Apr 2007 07:04:02 GMT

Can I restore a contact group set up in my contacts that I REMOVED by 
mistake?  I had many contacts set up in one group and I wanted to save it to 
another folder when I performed this operation.  Please help!

Re: Outlook 2003 Personal Contacts

Postby Oliver Vukovics » Thu, 12 Apr 2007 01:36:28 GMT

Hi Outlook 2003 assistance,

I think this is the wrong newsgroup for this question, because this 
newsgroup is for the BCM.

If you use Exchange server, aks your administrator if he could "reimport" 
your deleted contacts.

You could also have a look into your "deleted items" folders.

If you do not use Exchange Server and the deleted contacts are not in your 
"deleted items" folder.

The contacts are deleted.

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Re: Outlook 2003 Personal Contacts

Postby T3V0bG9vayAyMDAzIGFzc2lzdGFuY2U » Thu, 12 Apr 2007 03:52:01 GMT

Thank you for the response and help.  

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