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Outlook 2010 and LR5

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Dirtnapper

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I use Outlook 2010, I cannot email form LR5; it reports that the recipient is not in the address book. Outlook works fine, and I can email from other programs without an issue. Any ideas? Thanks.
 

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I was using the LR5 email screen; I was just entering the name and it would finish the address, I thought LR5 was able to get the address from Outlook. It works only if I fill in the whole email address.
 
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No, the Lightroom email system cannot use the Outlook Contacts file.....the workaround is simply leave the "To" field blank, then you can use the Outlook Contacts in the resulting Outlook New Mail dialog box.
 

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No, the Lightroom email system cannot use the Outlook Contacts file.....the workaround is simply leave the "To" field blank, then you can use the Outlook Contacts in the resulting Outlook New Mail dialog box.

Ah, ok, I did see that; Thanks.
 
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