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    At the bottom of the new contact form (in outlook 2003) is a "contacts" button. I think this is what it is for --to link to other contacts. For example, on the CEO's contact I can add other folks in my contacts who work for the same organization and easily see them. Is that the purpose or am I missing something? As always, Thanks!

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    This button (and the box next to it) is available in the Appointment, Contact and Task forms. For an e-mail message it is in the View | Options dialog. It allows you to associate one or more contacts with the appointment, contact, task or e-mail message. This can be handy - open an item, and double-click a contact in the box next to the Contacts button to look up address or phone information, etc. It also provides a way to group contacts.

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