|reply to choicesmade |
Re: [WIN7] Does Windows 7 have Windows Contacts?
It is Windows Contacts. For me to definitively say it came with Windows Live (which I'm fairly confident it did not) I would have to uninstall Live which I'm not willing to do on this machine. However, the first screenshot shows what I installed with Windows Live -- no indication that Contacts were part of the package.
Another screenshot -- this is from the Windows 7 Help and Support menu. It would lead me to suggest it is part of the OS.
If things get any worse, I'll have to ask you to stop helping me.
Perfect, thank you so much.
From the second screenshot, where it says "store as many email addresses as you want for a contact, and set one as the preferred address"....That's exactly what I was looking for.
So it appears the answers I received directly from Microsoft were incorrect.
Again, thank you!
|reply to MSeng |
Thanks a lot for all your help, it's appreciated!
After reading some more stuff, it appears that "Windows Contacts" may not in fact be included with Windows 7. It seems people even with Microsoft don't know.
In Windows 7, if you type in the word "Contacts" in the start menu search box, does it say "Windows Contacts" under programs?
I really do appreciate your help!!
it does also %username%\contacts works too
Thanks a lot for the reply!
Do you have Windows Live Mail installed on your Windows 7? I'm not sure if that screenshot is from "Windows Contacts" or contacts in Windows Live Mail.
The issue I'm having is I need a contact program (like Windows Vista Contacts had), where I can store as many email addresses as possible for each individual contact, and then set a preferred email address.
I'm not talking about a limit of how many contacts can fit in the contact manager, but rather how many email addresses can be used for each individual contact. For example, if a company is called "ABC123" and they have 12 email addresses total, I need to add 12 email addresses to the contact, "ABC123". I'm not certain if that's possible with what I'm seeing.
Thank you so much for all your assistance!!
no clue i use Thunderbird for email soo no idea i know its there thats about it