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Old December 4th 05, 05:30 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.print_fax
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Default finding the address book in windows fax

XP Fax defaults to the Outlook Address Book if you have Outlook installed.
Do you?
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Russ Valentine
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"Andy" wrote in message
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I can not add any people into the address book when using the Windows FAX.
I
can view my address book from the ALL PROGRAMS, ACCESSORIES and ADDRESS
BOOK.
I get an error message "Some names could not be added to the Personal
Address Book. The action could not be compleated."

how do I re-link my address book to the Fax?



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