Hope this article helps you see where Outlook 2007 stores contacts on Windows 7.
Click on “Start” to open the “Start” menu and search box.Enter “% USERPROFILE% AppData Local Microsoft Outlook” (without quotes) in the search box on the Start menu.
There is always an answer here. All perspective data is contained in a separate file. The required files are personal file folders (* .pst). All emails, calendars, contacts, etc. are recorded here.
On these pages you will find news about backup or transferth Outlook data:
Please note that some of the information on the Microsoft site is out of date and inaccurate, primarily for Outlook 2003, 2007-2010. In particular:
1. Ignore any advice to duplicate Outlook PST file in default environment to associate it with your profile. Doing this frequently will hurt your Outlook stock portfolio. It copies the standard phrase everywhere BUT then opens it in your Outlook profile.
2. Ignore any advice that prompts you to export or import the entire Outlook data file. He never gives sound advice, but the experience is too flawed to be trusted.
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As with the POP3 account, your own contacts are stored in your main PST file (not your IMAP account). When backing up the PST file in question, your contacts will also be listed. If you’ve only configured one IMAP account in Outlook, your contacts will be saved in a large folder called This PC Only.
For Outlook 2007 also earlier: C: Users