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You've clicked all the tabs in the Options dialog box (click Options on the Tools menu), and you can't find the option that you can use to specify which address list shows up first. Why can't you find it?
You're looking in the wrong Options dialog box.
You shouldn't be looking in the Options dialog box at all.
You need to click a button on one of the tabs.
A contact list is not included in the Address Book. What might be the cause?
In the Properties dialog box for the contacts folder, the Show this folder as an e-mail Address Book check box is cleared.
The list includes private contacts only.
The list is stored on the server, not locally.
In your Address Book, it's possible to specify which address list is displayed first.
When Outlook automatically checks names in the Address Book, it checks in this order:
Outlook Address Book, Global Address Book, any other lists you've included.
The order that's specified in the Addressing dialog box.
Global Address Book, LDAP, Contacts.
A contact isn't showing up in the Address Book. What's wrong?
The contact is in a list that's separate from your main Contacts list.
Nothing. This is expected behavior for contacts.
The contact doesn't have an e-mail address or fax number.