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    Contacts in Outlook 2010 All Gone!

    Edit: And I checked that the Address book was selected -- per graphic...

    Contacts.png

    I have nothing in the Contacts folder. So I went to my backup PST. They were there when I made a backup 3 days ago, but now when I open that file, the Contacts folder there is empty as well . I tried creating a new profile, but that didn't fix it.

    ???

    Chuck
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    If you have multiple accounts with multiple pst files perhaps they are in another file.

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    Joe, I saw them in the PST, but they weren't showing. I built a new PST and then tried importing, but that didn't work. Another new PST, drag / drop got them all in.

    Very strange.

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    Chuck,

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