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I''m using Office 365. About two days ago my Outlook started acting up, so I went to the control panel and ran repair (something I had done before). This time it did not work, and as a result, Office 365 was removed from my computer. I did a remote session with Microsoft support and they restored the apps, including Outlook, but now my outlook is missing all the collected addresses. I tried another remote session with Microsoft today, and when it become clear the agent did not appear to know how to fix things, I ended it. Since then I have been searching for a way to re-establish my collected names and addresses. I have some ost files, but I cannot figure out how to import an address book. I also have all the emails in the Outlook itself, by I can't figure out how convert that information to an address book.



This should not be that hard. Please advise.
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