After you add contacts, there are a number of ways you can access, edit, and view them. Watch this video to learn more.
Add a contact from an email message
Open the message so that the person's name is shown in one of these lines: From:, To:, Cc:, or Bcc:.
Right-click the appropriate name, and click Add to Outlook Contacts. A new window opens, in which you can fill in the details you want. Outlook inserts the contact's email address in the Email box, and any other information about the contact that is available in the message in the appropriate boxes. If a contact is in your organization, then it probably includes their title, department, phone, and office.
Other ways to add contacts
Import contacts from a .csv or .pst file A "comma separated value" file contains contacts you have exported into a text file. A .pst file is exported to a format that another computer running Outlook can read. See Import contacts to Outlook for Windows to learn more.
Get contacts from Excel See Import contacts to Outlook for Windows to learn more.
Import and export vCards to Outlook contacts