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How to delete old contacts in windows live mail?

i cant figure out how to clean up my contact list...i am using windows live mail....got lots of old people on there that i no longer contact  THANKS

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How to delete old contacts in windows live mail?

Hi:

 

Open WLM and click on your Contacts folder, on the lower left side of the window.

 

All the tools you need to delete, add new, and edit your contacts are right there on the top of the ribbon bar.

 

To delete a contact, highlight the contact and hit the big red X button that says "delete" under it.

 

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How to delete old contacts in windows live mail?

It all depends upon if you down loaded contacts from another source. If they were downloaded from a source like your Google contacts you will not be able to change it here. You will have to delele it at Google. No gaurantees that will still clear it then!

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On two contacts that I want to delete, the big red X is greyed out.  It is red on the other contacts.  Now, how to delete??

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My contacts were downloaded via WLM.  On two contacts that I want to delete, the big red X is greyed out.  It is red on the other contacts.  Now, how to delete??

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