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by Rifleman_scar, Jul 16, 2009. Previous Thread Next Thread Loading... 0/5, 0 votes Rifleman_scar Guest I have Outlook 2003 and recently all my contacts disappeared from it. They were totally deleted. However, when I click in the TO box, and start typing the addresses are there. The question I have is this: I tried doing a Detect and Repair on Outlook. That completed normally. I then tried right - clicking on the contact name and choosing "Save As Contact". That's when I get an error message that states: The name or distribution list has been deleted and is no longer a valid Address Book entry. Unable to add recipient to Contacts. An internal support function returned an error. Does someone know what may be the cause of this error? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Rifleman_scar Always wanting to learn more... Jul 16, 2009 Flag Post #1 Share Vince Averello Guest The auto-fill/resolution cache is separate from your contacts hence the reason why you still see names when you start typing an address. Did you somehow delete your Contacts folder? What happens you open that folder? "Rifleman_scar"