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Q: If you don't know please say so..

Here is an issue that has been danced around and never addressed as far as I can see. My scenario is: Customer's PC died. I have a good hard drive that had Windows Live Mail 2011 (in Windows XP SP3) working fine til death (of their Dell) did it part. I now have a new PC with Windows Live Mail (in Windows 7 Home Premium) I have easily restored all messages with the import feature but how in the H E double hockey sticks do you get those old contacts from the piggy-backed Dell hard drive to export to CSV or import into the new WLM 2011? Remember I cannot run the old WLM 2011 it is just a data drive at this point.

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Preferred Solution: If you don't know please say so..

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A: If you don't know please say so..

OK, I don't know.....but I did find this,

Import, export, or change the format for contacts