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Using the Address Book

The Address Book is basically a launch pad that allows you to access information lists (they are all considered address books) that contain e-mail addresses and other contact information. Because you create your own Contacts list, you always have this resource available, even if you aren't connected to a special network server and you access your e-mail by connecting to the Internet. You can find more information about building your Contacts list in Lesson 11, “Creating a Contacts List.”

As already mentioned, Outlook also has the capability to access a number of different address lists. If Outlook is used as a mail client for the Microsoft Exchange Server mail system, Outlook will be able to access distribution lists as well as the entire Exchange Server e-mail catalog.


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