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Outlook 2003 dropdown address list

Q: Outlook 2003 dropdown address list

I just upgraded to 2003 from 2000. In Microsoft's ongoing effort to make things easier for people (!), they keep adding "conveniences." In 2003 when you type in an address--any address, even incorrect ones--Outlook remembers it and lists is among your choices the next time you type in the same beginning letters.

Does anyone know how to edit that list to clean out typos and extraneous email addresses? I actually liked the way 2000 worked for this better than 2003.

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I have a number of standard letters which require a dropdown box to be populated with a list of over 25 names.

When thinking this through, I figured that it would be best (due to restrictions on the network so I'm unable to use an access database) to produce this list in Excel 2003. Along with corresponding lists of email and telephone numbers.

Unfortunately I'm finding it very difficult to get the information onto the dropdown.

So far the code I have is:
Private Sub UserForm_Click()

'Define Variables
Dim xlNames As Excel.Workbook
Dim rsNames As Recordset
Dim cmbNames As ComboBox
Dim i As Integer
Dim SocServs As Worksheet

'open the spreadsheet to access the information
Set xlNames = Excel.Workbooks.Open("C:\Documents and Settings\00772367\My Documents\SocServs.xls")
'set up and activate the appropriate worksheet
Set SocServs = xlNames.Application.Sheets("SocServs")
SocServs.Activate

'retrieve the information from the named column in the spreadsheet
Set rsNames = SocServs.Columns(1, 1)
i = 0

With rsNames
' This code populates the combo box with the values
' in the Names column of that there spreadsheet (I fervently hope).

Do Until .EOF
cmbNames.AddItem (i)
cmbNames.Column(0, i) = .Fields("Names")
.Next
i = i + 1
Loop

End With
End Sub
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A:Populate a dropdown box in Word 2003 from a list in Excel 2003

Is there any particular reason why you are needing to do this using VBA? You can populate a cell with your multiple choice options using Excel's built in Data Validation feature. Simply select the cell you want the options to appear in and click DATA --> VALIDATION and then select "ALLOW LIST" from the options. Then select the range of cells that contains your list of names.

Regards,
Rollin
 

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Hi-- A minor problem. When my "Favorites" list becomes crowded I highlight items and delete them. Simple. Now the dropdown list from my Address Bar has become crowded and I realize I don't know how to delete old items. Can't highlight and delete like the Favorites. Help would be appreciated. Thanks
 

A:address bar dropdown list

Just clear your History in IE or the browser you are using.
If you want to just delete some, try this method if you are comfortable with using the registry.
Clear your drop down address bar
 

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Today, I converted my PST file from Outlook 2000 format to the Outlook 2003 format and it works fine but tonight when I went to send an email, the Contact list displayed but it would not enter any of the contacts into the "new" email that I wanted to send. An error message appeared and it says;

"Address list could not be displayed. The Contacts folder associated with this address list could not be opened. It may have been moved or deleted or you do not have permissions. For information on how to remove this folder from the outlook address book, see Microsoft Outlook Help."

I tried every word I can think of to search for a solution in the help section and nothing worked or even seemed helpful. I have also tried to import address lists from various sources but that does not work because the list is already there but not associated with the Contacts list present in my program.

Any ideas on how to get my address list to work?

Thanks
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 address list will not display

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I had gone to a couple of gaming sites researching on some games and out of nowhere, it had popped up adult sites all over the place. I did all my spyware software and cleared out all the adult crap, but all of a sudden, they are showing up on my address dropdown list! Even after running the software, I thought that would clear them off the list.

Is there anyway besides clearing out all of the history that I can get rid of the one or 2 individual adult web addresses? Any help would be great. Thanks in advance.
 

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I have Windows XP Pro, sp3.

In Firefox 2 you could go to Tools>Options>Privacy and press the Clear Now button. That brought up a box with a bunch of check boxes in it that allowed you to select what is cleared. In that box with the check boxes in it there was also a button that says: Clear Private Data Now. When you pushed that button it cleared stuff, one thing of which was any of the URLs in the dropdown list of the address bar.

But now with Firefox 3 it doesn't clear what's in the address bar dropdown list. Can somebody please tell me how I can clear this?

reoneill
 

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Hello and thank you for taking the time to check this out.
I have checked various forums for an answer or modifiable answer to my questions, but I haven’t found anything that appears to suit my problems.

I am using MS Word 2010 (Windows8 64 bit) and VBA Controls from the ‘Legacy Form’ tool option, Dropdown Form Field.
The VBA code for PeriodicList is located in Module1, General, PeriodicList
The VBA code for Suburb is located in Module1, General, Suburb
I do not have Option Explicit at the beginning of the code module.

I am creating a form layout in a MS Word document (Macro enabled), for users to complete, print, sign then scan and email to us. I am not using the ‘Userform’ because it is too difficult to set out the way we want it to look.

I have tried various ways to re-gig things to try to get things to work …. But I am frustrated and unsuccessful after trying to source solutions from the net.

I am only relatively new to VBA and am slowly getting the gist of it … but it is a very slow process.

I have 2 questions:

Question 1:
Under PeriodicList()

When “Dropdown1” is clicked it shows the options available and when selected it will determine what is listed in “Dropdown2” – however, if the user goes back to clicking “Dropdown1” and makes a different selection, it doesn’t clear “Dropdown2” field, which can lead to confusion because the old content is still in the field.
How do I code it to clear “Dropdown2” if “Dropdown1” is clicked?

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A:Cascading Dropdown lists using VBA in MS Word 2010 – 3rd dropdown list is not working

What existing "event" are you using to trigger the population of your combobox controls?

Are you able to post your sample document with the forms and code already attached?
Rollin
 

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Using Outlook 2003, Contacts: 'draft font' is newly automatically selected under the View dropdown menu. I can no longer see font formatting until I unclick this. I don't want to use 'draft font'. Ever. I have HTML selected.

Thank you for your advice.
 

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I am using Outlook 2003 and run Windows XP.

When I create a new message I begin typing the name of the recipient and I would like it to match up with an address I have in my Outlook contact list. However, it does not read from there. It only seems to look at addresses that I have already sent to in the past. How can I get it to read from the address book? If I click on "TO" or "CC" it brings up another window with a list of addresses from my contact list. From there I can have it pull from the list. I would like to be able to do it withot the extra step.

Thanks!
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 dowes not automatically pull address from address book for email

That is how autocomplete works, from used addresses stored in the NK2 file.
This explanation and keyboard shortcut might help you.
Where do Outlook's auto-complete suggestions come from?
 

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After users have been deleted from Active Directory and their Exchange Mailboxes deleted, is there any way to remove their names from the Global Address List? Any help would be greatly appreciated. I googled and founf nothing as well as Microsofts web site, but could not find a solution.

Feral Geek
 

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Hi
I found the solution on Microsoft but it doesnt work on XP as I cant find the Sevices Tab!
Can anyone help?
Thanks
Gary

"CAUSE
The invalid address list is based on entries in a Contacts folder that was removed from the Outlook Folder List.
RESOLUTION
To remove the old address list from the Address Book view, follow these steps: 1. On the Tools menu, click Services.
2. On the Services tab, click Outlook Address Book and then Properties.
3. Select the invalid address book from the list under Outlook Address Books and then click Remove Address Book.
4. Click Close and then OK. On the File menu click Exit and Log Off.
When you restart Outlook the list of address books will update and the invalid address list will no longer display."
 

A:Outlook Address List

For OutlookXP / 2003

Close Outlook
Open the Control Panel / Mail icon
Click on the E-Mail Accounts button
Highlight View or change existing directories or address books
Next
Highlight Outlook Address Book (if it isn't already)
Click on the Remove button / Yes
Click on the Add button
Select Additional Address Books
Select Outlook Address Book
Finish and Close
Restart Outlook
 

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I created an outlook.com e-mail account. I exported my address book from Windows live as a .csv file. I imported it from Outlook.com. Everything went OK and said successful. My problem is I can't find it. When I create an e-mail message and click on To, the only address there is mine. When I click on People from the drop down link, the address are there, but you can't do anything with them. Any thoughts?

Clint

A:Outlook.com address list

If you go to the People page on Outlook.com, and click on a contact, does it show the email address?

I also had problems getting a csv file to work from Outlook 2003 into Outlook.com.

What I found was that certain phone number fields didn't get imported into outlook.com, even though when I tried an export from outlook.com, those very same fields were there in its own export csv format. The records imported and their names were there, but useful information like phone numbers wasn't (with no error mentioning it).

I think what I did in the end was manually type a test contact into outlook.com, with email/ phone number etc. filled in, and work out how it exported from outlook.com, and moved the data around in my import csv into different columns to match.

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I have a Samung I 730 PDA.
I would like to download the company Outlook Global Address List to my PDA.
Then I would like to keep the PDA and GAL in syn every day.
Can anyone help me?
Jeff
 

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I am log on to a exchange server, any suggestion to solve problem of outlook by " name cannot be matched to the name in address list" from local computer without permission from the administer? Thanks in advanced for any insightful suggestion?
Sincerely 
Amanda 

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My problems always seems so stupid after I read other questions that are being asked...but I have always heard the expression "the only stupid question...is the one that isn't asked"..So I am gonna go for it..
I want to print out a list of my address book..but no matter which one I choose...(memo, business card, or phone list) it prints out like 14 pages (using 2 or 4 spaces between the persons name..and their e/mail addy..then more spacing between the 1st name and the next name and so on and so on...all I want is a printed list of my address book as I see it with their name and addy to the side and the next one right below with their name and addy out to the side ...etc...etc...

But it will not print me a list like that. What am I doing wrong?..and can it be done...(what I am wanting to do).

Thanks
 

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I have reinstalled OL2003 and my account was imported from Outlook Express. However, I cannot figure out how to get my contact folder to show in my address book when I am looking for an address to send an email. The Address Book properties shows 'Contacts' as the address source, the first list to be searched and checked the option for it to be the contact folder. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 

A:Outlook 2003: Contacts not in Outlook Address Book

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I have a distribution list in Outlook an mistakenly deleted it yesterday, where does it go? I made a new distribution list with the same name and it would not work or send the email until I changed the name. How do I clean this up?
 

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Is there a way to show the GAL sorted by lastname?

We played around with the "File As" option, but when we open up the GAL, it is still sorted by fisrtname.

Work your magic, Dreamboat.
 

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Dear all,

I'm trying to create a distribution lists from my contact in Outlook 2003 but cannot find the option for cc or bcc. Is there such an option?
 

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Is there anyway to merge my outlook's memory to a contact list?

What I mean is like, I have entered in so many e-mails manually not knowing that in the future I would need them to be all in a contact list. But they are still stored some how, as in when I begin to type the first 2 letters or numbers of the e-mail address, Outlook automatically knows which one it is and inputs the rest of the address for me.

Is there anyway to get those moved into an address book / contact list of some sort?

If not, no worries.

Additionally, wether I get these imported to a contact list by some feature or if I have to manually input each e-mail address, is there a way I can send a mass e-mail to all of them at the same time, but without anyone knowing that I sent it to 100 other people? Is there a way to hide everyon else's e-mail addresses?
 

A:Outlook 2003 Distribution List Help

You might give this utility a try. See what type of file it creates, and then see if you can import that into your Contacts.

http://software.techrepublic.com.com/download.aspx?docid=283533

I'm not aware of a feature in Outlook that allows sending to all Contacts. Most people use Distribution Lists with Outlook. To send a message to people without knowing who else received it, enter the addresses into the BCC (blind carbon copy) field.
 

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I am running Windows Xp and MS Outlook 2003. I see an option to add a password when creating a new .PST file. There is a box that says you can add your password to the password list. Are we able to view or access this "password list" somehow? If so, how do we find it?
 

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Hello

I have recently upgraded to office 2003 . However when I try to send an email through outlook using one of my distribution lists it tells me that "an internal support function returned an error" I would appreciate any help on this.

Paul
 

A:Can't use distribution list in outlook 2003

Do a detect and repair from the help menu.
 

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I forget how to make contacts available under the global address list. I have some distribution lists set up, but when I click "To" I can't find them (or my contacts under the Global List).

Anyone remember how to do this?

Thanks.
 

A:Making Contacts available under Global Address List in Outlook

Sorry, Doc. Not sure. Go to the properties of your contacts folder and make sure it's an Outlook Address Book.

My main reason for posting is your absolute CLASSIC signature. LOVE THAT LINE.
 

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Hi

I have a filter set up on my Outlook e-mail which does the following:

- Check mail when it arrives
- Move messages to 'EXTERNAL MAIL' folder
- Except where 'Sender' is in 'GLOBAL ADDRESS LIST'.

Great, all my external e-mail is filtered from my inbox. This means that I can focus on my inbox and deal with important stuff before I sift through all the junk in my external mail folder.

But then I get external e-mail that I want to stay in my inbox (eg. From my wife!).

So I have added another exception 'Except if from '[email protected]' or '[email protected]' etc.

What I would really like to do is have exceptions that say:

- Except where 'Sender' is in 'GLOBAL ADDRESS LIST' or 'CONTACTS'.

That way as soon as I add someone to my contacts, their e-mail doesn't get filtered out. I can then see an e-mail and think 'Oh, I don't want that one filtered next time', add the sender to my contacts and job done.

However, it seems taht you can only have ONE 'except if sender is in specified address book' exception.

Does anyone know a way round this?

Thanks

Ben

A:Outlook Rule with Multiple Address List Exceptions

Hello Ben

this is an option inside Outlook What version are you using?

I have 2013 open now and you can click on Create Rule -> Click on Advanced Options at the bottom -> Select the conditions to everyone not inside the GAL -> Click Next -> Select Action in this case to move to folder Click Next -> Select the exceptions to except yourwife

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PC #1: Win98, Office XP, MS Mail.
PC #2: WinXP, Office XP, MS Mail.

User on PC #1 has a distribution list with about 8 MS Mail (interoffice, not internet) email addresses, including PC #2. All other emails go through; one will be returned as undeliverable - the one for PC #2.

I tried to duplicate the problem on my pc, but it all goes through.

If user on PC #1 sends an email to PC #2, not using a distribution list, it will go through, even if he sends it to a bunch of people.

I don't know if this matters, but there are two internet email addresses on this distribution list - most of it is interoffice email via MS Mail.

Windows & Office have all their updates & patches.

Anyone ever encounter this trippy thing? Any ideas of what to do?

Thanks,
Lisa
 

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Despite having a Win 7 laptop, I still have an XP desktop and have for many years used OE as my e-mail client. However, I use Thunderbird on the laptop, and thought about switching to it on the desktop. But T-bird has one huge flaw for me. I use a LOT of group address lists. They are very easy to create in OE by just naming the group the SELECTING the addresses to put into the group by clicking the "Select Members" button and double-clicking the person from the address book. In T-bird, there's no such "Select Members" button; you're asked to manually enter the e-mail address -- a royal pain in the arse. So I've been looking at Outlook as an alternative, since it is available in all versions of Office.

I still use Office 2000 on the desktop, mainly because MS destroyed the ability to do easy mail-merges with Access in Office 2007/2010 (cannot use queries as written; have to replace all "*" with "%" -- which only works with mail-merge, but not when run as a query in Access). I imported my OE address book into Outlook's Contacts folder, thinking that was the same as an address book. But when I try to create an e-mail and click the To: button, it tells me, "The address list could not be displayed. The Contacts folder associated with this address list could not be opened; it may have been moved or deleted. . . See MS Outlook Help."

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Hi

I have a filter set up on my Outlook e-mail which does the following:

- Check mail when it arrives
- Move messages to 'EXTERNAL MAIL' folder
- Except where 'Sender' is in 'GLOBAL ADDRESS LIST'.

Great, all my external e-mail is filtered from my inbox. This means that I can focus on my inbox and deal with important stuff before I sift through all the junk in my external mail folder.

But then I get external e-mail that I want to stay in my inbox (eg. From my wife!).

So I have added another exception 'Except if from '[email protected]' or '[email protected]' etc.

What I would really like to do is have exceptions that say:

- Except where 'Sender' is in 'GLOBAL ADDRESS LIST' or 'CONTACTS'.

That way as soon as I add someone to my contacts, their e-mail doesn't get filtered out. I can then see an e-mail and think 'Oh, I don't want that one filtered next time', add the sender to my contacts and job done.

However, it seems taht you can only have ONE 'except if sender is in specified address book' exception.

Does anyone know a way round this?

Thanks

Ben

A:Outlook Rule with Multiple Address List Exceptions

Hello Ben

this is an option inside Outlook What version are you using?

I have 2013 open now and you can click on Create Rule -> Click on Advanced Options at the bottom -> Select the conditions to everyone not inside the GAL -> Click Next -> Select Action in this case to move to folder Click Next -> Select the exceptions to except yourwife

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Hi!

For the past two weeks or so, my Outlook 2003 will only show a partial font list in the drop down, and it also won't change the font of the current text.

For example, if my default is verdana and I start typing but decide I want to change to tahoma, I'd normaly highlight the text and click on my font list and click on tahoma. But lately, my font list ends at the last 'R' font. I know I have a lot of fonts installed, but nothing that would cause issues, and it hasn't caused issues prior.

Is there any way to fix this? I am not using word as the editor.

Thanks,
Erin
 

A:Shortened Font List in Outlook 2003?

Hiya

Have you recently installed quite a few extra fonts, as there is a maximum number of TrueType fonts that can be installed in Microsoft Windows. The exact number of TrueType fonts that can be installed varies, depending on the length of the TrueType font names and file names.

If specific fonts are missing, you might want to remove unused fonts from Microsoft Windows. To remove unused fonts from your computer, try this:

1. Quit all programs.
2. Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
3. Double-click Fonts.
4. To delete a font from your computer, click the font that you want to delete, and then click Delete on the File menu.

Regards

eddie
 

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We are using Outlook 2003 with Exchange 2007, i have my own personnel Exchange mailbox configured together with access to another generic mailbox shared with other people (which has been added via Tools -> email accounts -> Change or view existing email accounts -> Change -> More Settings -> Advanced, then Add)

We have created 10 or so distribution lists in the generic mailbox.

My problem is when i go to send to a distribution list from the generic mailbox account, I only have the option to send to contacts and distribution lists in my own personal account, the generic account contacts are not available.

Thanks for any help!!
 

A:Outlook 2003 Distribution List problem

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HI, I have a question re Outlook 2003's address book access while composing an email. I know Outlook uses a cache/buffer scheme to save Contacts entries once you have used them for the first time. Enter the first char or two and it offers suggestions. Problem is after a C drive format and XP reinstalll, my cache is gone. To send an email to someone already in my Contacts list, I have to: 1) leave my new email, 2) open Contacts, 3) search and find the person of interest, 4) place the email addr in paste buffer, 5) go back to the email and paste it in TO field. There has to be a better way since many lesser email programs do not require this painful route. I know I only have to do this once since it's now in the cache for future access. Is there a better way ???

Thanks,
Eric
 

A:Outlook 2003 Contacts list question

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Hi everyone,

My colleagues and I use Outlook 2003, and connect via Microsoft Exchange Server.

Recently, some staff members have noticed that when they send an email to a distribution list, the email also gets sent to other random contacts who are not even added to the list.

Although these random contacts are definately not on the distribution list, they are added to the To box when the distribution list is added!

It is not one particular list - it has happened to different staff members with different lists, and on different computers. We have tried deleting the lists and starting again from scratch, but the same thing occured.

Does anyone know what could be causing this? Is it likely to be a network/server issue rather than Outlook?

Hope someone can help!

Thanks in advance!
 

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Greetings,

I have recently created a distribution list of about 700 contacts in Microsoft Outlook 2003. When I attempt to send a message to this list I get back an error message that says:

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Subject: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Sent: 11/14/2003 5:39 PM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

XXXXXXXXXXXX (deleted email address) on 11/14/2003 5:40 PM
452 too many recipients
The error message continues, listing every contact in the distribution list. I am aware of distribution lists in Outlook that have thousands of contacts without experiencing this problem. Any ideas as to what the problem may be/how to fix this problem?

Thanks.
 

A:Outlook 2003 distribution list problem

I would be interested in knowing this too. I have the exact same problem. My thought is that it is a problem with the 2003 version as I did not have this happen in XP version.
 

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I have 7 workstations in my office with outlook 2003 sp3.
One workstation when printing e-mails prints the list of attachments in a single line with just the file names of the attachments, while the other 6 machines print the attachments as a program icon with the file name under it.
My Boss has decided he likes the simple list of names better than the icons and would like me to change how the other machines print e-mails. I have searched countless resources and am unable to find any setting to do this. Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Hi - I've got a massive contact list in outlook for our business. Each entry has about 10 fields.

We need to be able to print the entire list onto stickers with our printer.

Can i export the outlook data to excel to print each entry in its own formatted box, or can outlook do this natively?

your help is really appreciated, many thanks

Joe
 

A:Outlook 2003, printing contact list, please help! (WXP-Pro)

You should be able to export to Excel or .CSV file (comma seperate values) by clicking FILE --> IMPORT/ EXPORT
Regards,
Rollin
 

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When sending an email in Outlook 2003, I often create lists. Outlook automatically creates a list format using bullets and numbering. However, I do not want to use this feature. How do I turn it off? Thanks.

A:Outlook 2003 - How to Turn Off Automatic List

Most likely you have Word set as your default Outlook email editor. As soon as you begin typing something that it recognizes as a potential bulleted or numbered list, highlight the line in question and:Pull down the Format menu, choose Bullets & Numbering. Click on the Numbered or Bulleted tab (whichever is the case). Click the None option, then OK. When you return to the email, the numbers or bullets will be gone, but your line may be indented. You should have the formatting toolbar visible. Click on the Decrease Indent button once or twice (depending whether it was a numbered or bulleted list) and the line will then be aligned at the left margin.

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Hi all, first post Not the first time I've use this place though - lots of useful info here.

I've got a problem with a client's Outlook 2003. If she goes to Contacts in the Navigation Bar, it only shows 'Personal Contacts' which is a subfolder of her Contacts folder. If she wants to see her business contacts, which are just contained in the 'Contacts' folder, she has to go to the Folder List, and click 'Contacts' there in her mailbox. It's not a massive problem, but it would be nice if we could get it working the way it should.

Any ideas? I can provide more info if you let me know what you need.
 

A:Outlook 2003 Contacts List Invisible

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I recently updated from W98SE to XP SP2 and Office 97 to 2003 Pro.
I asked the guy who built the system to bring across all my mail data, which he did.
My old C drive is now just an internal data drive, with everything still on it and my new C is a large internal SATA, just for info.

Last night a friend sent an Email with a new Email address. I added it to my address book in Outlook (Contacts) and deleted the old entry. I asked to file him by last name first, but nothing I do keeps him from showing up as first name first when I open the address book.
He is properly sorted in the Contacts list.

I understand the *.PST file that stores my mail. Does it also store the Contacts list?

If I archive the *PST file of mail, does that also back up the address book?

Is there a separate file in the old Office 97 for the address book?

What's the Windows Address Book and how do I access it?

Why won't Outlook 2003 sort by last name for this new entry? All the old entries are OK.

I don't want to face this for all new entries....

By the way, how come my old address groups (distribution lists?) are empty?

Sorry about all this, but I'm trying to drink from a fire hydrant here lately and would sure appreciate some help from you seasoned experts.
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 Contacts List

In previous versions of Outlook you could go Tools > E-mail accounts > View/Change Existing Directories/Address books > Outlook Address Book > Change > and then set your preference there. Not sure if it's the same in 2003.

Regards,
Rollin
 

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I'm using Outlook 2003. I type the beginning of a name in the address field, and the name is auto-completed, along with an e-mail address. The e-mail address is wrong, even though the name in Contacts has the correct address. I deleted the name in Contacts, and the same thing happens. So the e-mail address is being picked up from somewhere else, and I don't see any way to correct that incorrect address.
 

A:Address in Outlook 2003

Hi raybower, and welcome to TSG.

Outlook 2003 stores the auto-complete suggestions in a nickname cache file. Here is a link to a page on the MS web site on how to remove a specific entry for different version of Outlook:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=287623
 

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In Outlook 2003 when forwarding, replying or a new email when I go to insert addresses using the To button I get an error message that "The address list could not be displayed. The Contacts folder associated with this address list could not be opened; it may have been moved or deleted, or you do not have permissions..........." If I go to Contacts in Outlook 2003 all my contacts and addresses are there, even adding a new contact does not appear in the 'Select Names' drop down list. Hope you can help.http://images.techguy.org/icon/icon8.gif
Angry
 

A:Solved: Missing contacts list in Outlook 2003

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319901
 

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Hi
I am using winxp sp2 and outlook 2003. We have an exchange server. All of my distribution lists no longer show up as an email address nor do they have the plus sign. If i choose a single contact and "new message to contact" it works fine. if i go to a distribution list and choose "new message to contact" the distribution list comes up in my new message as text (no underline, no plus sign). I have tried making new test distribution lists with the same resuilts.

Help?????
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 Distribution List Problem

Try going into your address book via the icon on the standard toolbar and removing then readding the contacts folder. If that does not work we will look into readding the outlook address book and see if that fixes it, then we will look into scrubbing the folders.
 

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Hey all

I am having the following issue:

Running Windows XP SP3, Outlook 2003.

Now I when I try to send to a distribution list, it automatically comes back with the following error:

Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender - for all of the email addressess in the list, however if I manually add them all to the email, I can send it no problems.

Kind of butting my head against a wall here so if anyone can help that would be much appreciated!

regards
Neil
 

A:Issue with sending to a Distribution List in Outlook 2003

i'm guessing its a problem with the distribution list then. It may have the seperator wrong or something.

Try adding a single person to a distribution list and test mailing that. If it works add another and test that. Then try adding the names again and seeing if it works.
 

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In the CONTACTS section of Outlook 2007 there are various default settings that I don't like. But I don't find options to change them.
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The main one is that the address box LOOKS as ONE field, but is in fact a collection of invisible fields: Street, City, State, Zip, Country. What you type in that big box is sometimes unclear to Outlook, then it pops up an edit box with all the separate fields. Sometimes there WAS already a (default) Country/Region in the box and then the result of a printed address could be: John Johnson, 1st Street 1, LA, CA 98765, USA, The Netherlands.
I would prefer to see the 'split' address view by default. How?
And if it is not possible, how can I force Outlook to show the split box when I need it?
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The same address box has two options, business and home. Business is shown by default, so often I type private addresses in the wrong box - with confusing results when grouping, printing etc.
Can BOTH the Home AND the Business address box be displayed at the same time?
If not possible, then can I instruct Outlook to display the Home box by default?
3.
Similar problem with the Email box. I always have to use the dropdownlist to see/edit/use a 2nd or 3rd email. In this time where many people have several email addresses, at least 2 of them should be visible by default in the standard view.

I know that I can customize my Outlook Contact page completely to my own needs. I gave it a few attempts, but the result was a bewildering mess. Lots worse than th... Read more

A:How to change the default address display in Outlook 2007 contact list

Some information here: Outlook 2007: Contacts Viewing Options, UWEC, which includes customizing the fields.

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I have been given an address book to maintain. I've pretty much figured out everything as far as setting up new contacts and groups but I do need some assistance.

This organization allows members of a certain level to obtain an @thiscompany.org alias address.

What the assignment of that address does is only forward to the members real email account.

Since I've just gotten involved, I need a way to do a reverse look up.

ie. [email protected] how do I find out who that belongs to, like a cross reference to the members name and real email address.

Is there a way to do this?
 

A:Outlook 2003 Address Book help

 

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I cannot open my address book - i get the following message - 'the messaging interface has returned an unknown error. If problem persists restart outlook. I have deleted my ms office 2003 and re-installed - but problem persists. Thanks for any help. Sydneybag
 

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Hu Guys - and Happy New Year

I had to get a new computer - the old one crashed (I think I may have inadvertantly deleted a .dll file!). I was able to install the Old hard drive (which will not boot) in the new computer - so at least I have all my old files stored and have been able to transfer many to the new hard drive.

The new unit came with WinXP - and I installed MS Office 2003.
I used to use Outlook Express (in Win98) and liked the fact that I could organize my list of e-mail addresses into folders. I am now using OUTLOOK as my e-mail client and can't figure out how to organize the address book. I tried importing the old address book from Express with no luck. CAN I ORGANIZE MY E-MAIL ADDRESSES IN THE OUTLOOK ADDRESS BOOK?

StanC
 

A:Outlook 2003 address book

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hi there,

please let me know how to delete the folder from the address book.
>tools>address book

it's not showing on the contacts folder however it's still on the address book

please help.

thanks
 

A:MS Outlook 2003 - Address book

right click "Outlook Today"

Select Properties for personal folders (bottom selection)

Click advanced. Copy the path it is showing, then hit your window key + R and paste that path into the "open" box. Remove mailbox.pst from the end and hit enter. This will show you all your Outlook Data files. Remove "Mailbox.pab"
 

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