If you set your new user up as having administrator rights, you can just open windows explorer and go to
C:\Documents and Settings\administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
where "Microsoft\Outlook" is your mail program or address book location. If you are not sure where your particular program stores the address book, create one with a few names and search for the most recent files. Then, copy the file or the entire folder to the new user's account and import them to the application. You may have to change ownership, but if you are set having administrator rights, that should not be an issue. Hope this helps, Bill.