You may want to save Outlook contacts for future use. For example, to move them to another PC, or
add them to another email client. Fortunately, you can save all contacts to the file in CSV format.
If you regularly send emails to the group of people like your project team or your amateur soccer club,
a one-time effort to create an email group for the distribution list pays off in the future many times.
Microsoft Outlook offers a Contact Group to manage contact lists with a handful of personal
contacts, email groups with dozens of team members, or distribution lists with thousands of subscribers.
Microsoft automatically creates the address book when you create a Personal Folders profile,
but only one address book is added to the profile. Sometimes you need two or even more
different address books: for the projects, relatives, hobbies, etc. Fortunately, you can easily create
additional address books out of the profile for different needs.
When you work with a lot of contacts, you may need to create two different Contact Group with a
small difference – the bigger one should contain all members from the smaller one and some additional
members. The main point is, if the smaller Contact Group has been updated, the bigger one should
include those changes.
When you organize your Contacts, you may need to create a new Contact Group that will
contain a lot of members from an existing Contact Group. Sure, you can create a new
Contact Group and add all members manually, but if there are too many members, it will be
easier to copy an existing Contact Group and delete or add some members.
Now we receive a lot of messages. Some messages have been marked as junk mail automatically or by some
rules, but sometimes you really need to receive those emails.
For example, subscriptions or regular reports often marked as junk mails.