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The Windows Address Book was a component of Microsoft Windows that allowed users to keep a single list of contacts that could be shared by multiple programs. It was most commonly used by Outlook Express. It was introduced with Internet Explorer 3 in 1996 and improved in subsequent versions. In Windows Vista, "Windows Address Book" was replaced with Windows Contacts.


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