Address Book location in Outlook Express

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Address Book location in Outlook Express

 

 [ LOCATION OF ADDRESSBOOK OF OUTLOOKEXPRESS IN XP]

C:Documents and SettingsuserApplication DataMicrosoftAddress Book

 

 

[ DEFAULT LOCATION OF OUTLOOKEXPRESS FOLDER OR STORE FOLDER IN XP]

C:Documents and SettingsuserLocal SettingsApplication DataIdentities{7F09A4A1-0D92-4B8C-B609-C25BE9660B4D}MicrosoftOutlook Express

Address Book location in Outlook Express

  • Open up Outlook Express
  • From the menu bar, click Tools > Address Book
  • When your Address Book opens up, click the File menu
  • Then select Export > Address Book (WAB)

SaveAddress Address Book location in Outlook Express

Choose a location and file name for your Address book, then click the Save button. Outlook Express will save your address book.

SaveAddress2 Address Book location in Outlook Express

Note the location in the Message Box. This address book is being backed up to a folder on the F drive called Backups. The name of the file is AddressBook.wab.

You now need to learn how to import this file, just in case anything goes wrong with your PC.

 

How to Import an Address Book in Outlook Express

The process to import an address book into Outlook Express is quite straightforward. Do this:

  • Open up Outlook Express
  • Click the File menu
  • From the File menu, select Import > Address Book
  • Navigate to where you saved your Address Book
  • Then click the Open button
  • If all went well, you'll see this message:

ImportAddress Address Book location in Outlook Express

All your contacts will then be restored to Outlook Express.

To export the address book:

  • Select "File | Export | Address Book…" from the main menu
  • Select "Text File (Comma Separated Values)"
  • Click "Export"
  • Type a file name in the "Save exported file as" input box.

     

    For example type, "C:MYADRBOK.CSV"
  • Click "Next"
  • Optionally select the fields you wish to export and click "Finish"
  • Click "Close" once the exporting is complete

 

     

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