"Doug Parrish" <dkparrish@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Attempting to delete a legitimate contact in Windows Mail causes Windows
> Explorer to stop working, after which it then shuts down. The contact is
> not deleted. Why can't I simply delete a duplicate contact in Windows Mail
> without having the environment shut down? Does something have to be set in
> Options first for this to happen? Thanks.
> Doug Parrish
Start Windows Mail, then click Tools, then Windows Contacts, then right
click in the empty space under the right end of the toolbar, then click on
Customize This Folder, then the triangle, then Contacts, then Apply, then
OK. This should leave you in the proper program to delete contacts,
so click on the contact you want to delete, then Delete.