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jimbir

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Duplicate contacts in my address book.

I sent this question to Yahoo. So far, I've gotten a reply asking me to clarify this issue.
 

    When I search my contacts list for the particular name, I get several duplicate results. One has an email address, another has a home phone number, and another has a cell phone number.  When I view the details of any one of them, I see a line that tells me that “this was found in one of your address books”. I wasn’t aware that I had more than one address book. To avoid confusion and The possibility ofadding the wrong one to an outgoing email, I’d like to have only one choice.

 

     How do I locate and view the address books so that I can edit them?

     Can I correct this by editing an exported CSV file and making sure that the above numbers are properly located on it?

    Or, is there some other method I can use to correct this issue?

 

Below is a screenshot showing the duplicates I see when I search for "Ray" in the contacts list.

 

I'm having a problem attaching screenshot to this post. Can someone tell me how to do that?

 

Any help would be appreciated.


Edited by jimbir, 24 October 2021 - 02:13 PM.

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zep516

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How to attach a file ,

 

How to attach a file:
 
 
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  • Below the Reply to this topic box, click on More Reply Options button.
  • Scroll down and click on Browse button.
  • Navigate to where the file is that you want to attach
  • Click on the file then click the Open button.
  • Click the Attach This File button.
  • Click Add Reply button once you have completed your post and are ready to submit.

 

That should work I hope.


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