In Outlook Express, multiple address books were allowed. When you were
composing an email message and clicked the "show address book" icon, you had
the option to choose which of your categories of addresses (friends, work1,
work2, whatever) you saw and then selected from.
In Windows Mail, you can create folders to put contacts in, which is the
equivalent of the address books in Outlook Express. However, when you are
composing a message and click on the "to" (show contacts) icon, you see a
list of ALL contacts, not just those from a particular folder.
My question is: if you have a folder of contacts called "Work1", and you are
composing a message, is it possible to somehow select "Work1" as the ONLY set
of contacts you will see?
The literature on Windows Mail says it has "all the features of Outlook
Express and more." Well, multiple address books was a feature, so where is it
in Windows Mail?
Thanks for whatever help you can provide.