Updating the address book outlook

Important: You cannot edit Address Book entries from within the Address Book.You make changes by changing the information for the individual contacts in your Outlook Contacts.This article will introduce the solution to deal with this issue. Change update interval/frequency for Offline Address Book (GAL) in Outlook To change the update frequency for offline global address book in Outlook, you need to define an individual send/receive group, and configure the update interval for this group.

After they are saved, the changes appear in the Address Book.

Select "Import from another program or file" and click Next. Select the kind of Address Book file kind you're importing and click Next.



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