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Introduction

The Address Book in Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 is really a collection of address books that you can use to store and manage the e-mail addresses of the people with whom you communicate electronically. You can use the Address Book to look up and select names, e-mail addresses, and distribution lists when you address messages.

When you address an e-mail message, Microsoft Outlook checks to see if the name you typed matches a name in the Address Book. If Outlook finds a match, it resolves the name by completing the display name and e-mail and allowing you to send the message. If Outlook does not find a match, you can provide more information or you create a contact.


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