Tip: If you want to retrieve only a few emails or contacts from an Outlook Data File (.pst), you can open the Outlook Data File, and then, in the navigation pane, drag and drop the emails and contacts from file to your existing Outlook folders.
These instructions assume you've already exported your Outlook email, contacts, and calendar from another instance of Outlook, and now you want to import them to Outlook 2010 or your Office 365 mailbox.
Tip: If you want to retrieve only a few items from a Personal Folders file (.pst), you can open the Personal Folders file (.pst), and then in the navigation pane drag and drop the emails and contacts from Personal Folders file (.pst) folders to your existing Outlook folders.
Many users are easily confused by Outlook's contact options - you have Contacts, the Address Book and the auto-complete list.
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It's not a "real" folder or contact list, but a virtual view of all contact lists available to Outlook.
I like to compare Outlook's Address Book to a shoe box or desk drawer where, in the past, we kept address books, business cards, and scraps of paper with addresses or phone numbers.Basically all the stuff you'd write in an address book or on a Rolodex card in years past.The address book contains a list of all Contacts who have electronic addresses (a Fax number is an electronic address).Note: The top level listing "Outlook Address Book" is the container that holds all address lists (for many people, Contacts is the only list).When you select Outlook Address Book, it will say that there are No entries in this Address Book.It's just a cache of recently used list of addresses.