I got the MS blues
And why does Outlook treat the corporate address books and your contacts as two completely separate entities? Today I sent an email to a colleague with the same first name as one of the auditors, instead of the auditor, because I assumed Outlook would find the auditor's name in my contacts, and if there happened to be a colleague with the same name, it would ask me which one I wanted. Silly me. Microsoft wants you to make a special effort to communicate outside the company. It can't just be easy, you know. That would be too, well, Apple-like, I suppose.