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    I frequently copy my Outlook.pst file between desktop and laptop. On my desktop I have two Contacts folders; Contacts and Contacts in Personal Folders. The second one is a bogus, outdated one that I ignore (but that I would like to delete). On my laptop I only see Contacts.
    What's happening here?

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    Can you right-click the second one and select Close ... from the context menu?
    If not, does File | Data File Management... help?

    Otherwise, creating a new e-mail profile in the Mail control panel might help.

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    I'm on the laptop now, so I can't test it. Will report back when I get home. Still curious about why it doesn't show on laptop?

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    [quote name='Howard Hillman' post='795192' date='27-Sep-2009 23:51']Still curious about why it doesn't show on laptop?[/quote]
    That's hard to tell - there could be several causes.

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