Moreover, none of the illustrations above match what I see on my Outlook mail module. Both instructions and illustrations are a mismatch. I suggest a simply component addition to Outlook where I can "export a share file" of addresses, and then "import a share file" into my contacts folder. I do not have enough lifetime left to copy each one of 500 email addresses, individually, from one outlook to another. Sheesh.
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You can use the Import and Export feature to export all contacts and contact groups from one contact folder in Outlook, and then import the contact folder to another Outlook.
1. Export all contacts and contact groups from one folder in Outlook
1.1 Click File > Open & Export > Import/Export.
1.2 In the Import and Export Wizard, select Export to a file, and click Next.
1.3 In the Export to a file dialog, select Outlook Data File (.pst), and click Next.
1.4 In the Export Outlook Data File dialog, select the specified contact folder you will export, and click Next.1.5 In the second Export Outlook Data File dialog, click Browse to specify the destination folder to place the exported file, and click Finish.2. Import a .pst file into Outlook
2.1 Click File > Open & Export > Import/Export.
2.2 In the Import and Export Wizard, click Import from another program or file, and click Next.
2.3 In the Import a File dialog, click Outlook Data File (.pst), and click Next.
2.4 In the Import Outlook Data File dialog, click Browse to select the specified .pst file you will import, and click Next.
2.5 Click Finish.