Add a Contact from an E-mail Message
From an e-mail message, you can easily add a new contact in Outlook.
1. First, scroll on the sender's name.
2. A box will appear and will have a list of icons at the bottom. Click on the last icon (when you scroll on it, a Tool tip will display Open Outlook contact...).
3. A new window will appear. In the new window, click the button Add to Contacts in the upper right corner while in the Contact tab.
4. You have now added a new contact to your list of contacts. To see your list of contacts, select the Contact icon at the bottom left corner of the main Outlook window.
Note: Outlook saves any information about the sender that is stored in the Exchange Global Address List (GAL), such as company name, job title, department, telephone number, and e-mail address.
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