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Chapter 8. Managing and Using Contacts > Using a Personal Address Book

Using a Personal Address Book

You can have a personal address book in addition to a contacts folder. In Outlook 97 and Outlook 98, it was necessary to have a personal address book if you wanted to create distribution lists. However, now that you can create distribution lists based on contact items, it's no longer necessary to have a personal address book for that reason.

The main benefit of having a personal address book is that it gives you one place in which to keep information about contacts you frequently use. In a networked situation, you might have to look in several places for various contacts. If you have a personal address book, you can copy contact information from those various places into your personal address book to make that information readily available.


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