Chapter 13. Managing Address Books and Contact Groups

Understanding address books

Configuring address books and addressing options

Finding people in the address book

Using AutoComplete for addresses

Using contact groups (distribution lists)

Adding addresses to the address book automatically

AN email program isn’t very useful without the capability to store addresses. Microsoft Outlook 2013, like other email-enabled applications, has this storage capability. In fact, Outlook 2013 offers multiple address books that can not only help make sending messages easy and efficient, but also let you keep track of contact information for other purposes, such as postal mail, phone lists, and so on.

This chapter explores how Outlook 2013 stores addresses and explains ...

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