Yes, we were running the 62-bit version at the time. We have since
reinstalled the 32-bit version of Windows Vista and the contacts are now
available in Windows Fax and Scan. We also discussed this problem with the
Microsoft Vista Technicians who were also experiencing problems on different
machines in the tech support department. It does definitely look as if
there are some problems with the 64-bit version of Vista. Our inablility to
run several of our 32-bit applications, along with these types of problems
with Microsoft programs, finally led us to reload the 32-bit version.
Unfortunate, since most systems, even lower end home systems, are being
marketed with dual core 64-bit CPU's.
Good Luck, we would be interested in any solution that you find.
"ArchPrime" <ArchPrime@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> You are one of may with this problem.
> Are you running 64 bit version of Vista by any chance?
> "Blue Max" wrote:
>> How can we link the Outlook 2007 contact address book to the 'Windows Fax
>> and Scan' address book so that we do not need to keep importing and
>> exporting contacts? We have been told that this link should be
>> but neither the 'Windows Fax and Scan' nor 'Windows Mail' address books
>> display any Outlook 2007 contacts. Furthermore, we do not see any way to
>> manually select this option. Any suggestions on how to manually set up
>> link between all the address books?