Hi All, Let me give you some background on my issue before I blatantly ask a question that should and hopefully be answered easily. I attempted to upgrade to Lion on release day, but ran into an issue where the installer said that my hard drive was broken and couldn't be repaired. I don't remember the exact issue it stated. 1 Apple Care representative said that I need to take my MBP in for a new hard drive, but I knew there was nothing wrong with it since it was working beautifully on Snow Leopard. In a 9 hour period and 6 senior representatives later, I had to completely wipe my drive, reinstall Snow Leopard, install the updates, and install Lion again, which went fine the 2nd round. I ran migration assistant to import all of my time machine data and thought it went fine. However, I no longer have any contacts in Outlook or on my iPhone and iPad. So, here's my question. In what file can I find my Outlook contacts from time machine? My "Address Book" doesn't have my most recent contacts in it so I can't export it and import it like I saw many others do. I attempted to open Outlook and open time machine, but it immediately takes me to finder and won't let me look at past Outlook backups. Thoughts? I'm desperate.