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Discus and support Email contacts not imported correctly for use in Windows 10 Mail in Browsers and Email to solve the problem; I'm trying to import email contacts from Thunderbird into Outlook and thereby be available in Windows 10 Mail. However all the email addresses were not... Discussion in 'Browsers and Email' started by Razz, Mar 15, 2019 at 8:42 AM.

  1. Razz Win User

    Email contacts not imported correctly for use in Windows 10 Mail


    I'm trying to import email contacts from Thunderbird into Outlook and thereby be available in Windows 10 Mail. However all the email addresses were not filled into the proper field - i.e. the email address field. Instead they were filled into the "Contact Imported" field. I exported the file in .csv format from Thunderbird.

    It looks like I have to manually enter the email address for every contact *Sad

    Any idea how I went wrong?

    :)
     
  2. davidhk Win User

    Email contacts missing


    1. If you open Mail app and click the + sign for New mail > type first couple of letters of a contact name > will a list of suggested names appear ?

    2. Go to All apps > scroll to P > click People. Is the contact list there ?
     
  3. Razz Win User
    How do you import contacts into Windows 10 Mail from Thunderbird?


    Hi Helmut. My People version and Mail version are the same as yours. My needed accounts are checked.

    Just to make it clear: All my contacts are listed but except for my original contacts imported from Yahoo, any other desired contact does not appear as an option when I am trying to send an email to them. I type their name in the "To:" field and their name is not in the list of options.


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  4. John Vil Win User

    Email contacts not imported correctly for use in Windows 10 Mail

    importing contacts into live mail on Windows 10

    Hello Wally,

    There may be several reasons why your contacts are not showing up on your device. To get a better understanding of your concern, kindly answer the questions below:

    • When did this issue start?
    • Were there any changes made on the settings of Windows Live Mail on your Surface prior to this happening?
    • What troubleshooting steps have you tried so far?

    In the meantime, you may refer to this article refer to the steps on how to import contacts into Windows Live Mail:
    Import and export email, contacts, and calendars with Windows Live Mail.

    We're looking forward for your response.
     
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