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  1. Eileanbeag

    Eileanbeag Registered Member

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    After copying my hard drive to external and formatting is there a way I can find my address book from the external drive? I am sorry if this is a very basic question but I still have a lot to learn!
     
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    You might need to supply the name of your email application.

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    Sorry - Outlook Express
     
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    This location is stored in your registry at :

    HKCU\Software\Microsoft\WAB\WAB4\Wab File Name\

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  5. Eileanbeag

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    So I would not be able to obtain this information from an external image?
     
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    In TI9, I think you Explore the image in TI10 but I don't own it, Mount the image. Then using Windows Explorer go, on a typical machine, C drive, Documents and Settings, "accountname", Application Data, Microsoft, Address Book. The address book is the .wab file.

    The above is for a default setup.
     
  7. Eileanbeag

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    Maqny thanks
     
  8. Allen L.

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    Just open Outlook Express and then at the top toolbar "Address Book" or under Tools > "Address Book" and when opened click on "File" > "Export" and then point the "Address Book"... (WAB) to wherever you want to put it on your hard drive, then you can copy it to another hard drive. You import it the same way, just use "Import".

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