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Re: Remembering Email Addresses in Outlook

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The attached article was very helpful. I was able to find the NK2 file on my

computer at home, but can't do so here at work. We are using Exchange -

would this make any difference? I have checked and rechecked my view types

and they are correct. Do you have any suggestions?

"Brian Tillman " wrote:


> "Jamie" <Jamie> wrote in message
> news:57D5C9C8-3DC3-4C9D-8359-40394B1426F7@microsoft.com...
>
> > When I move an individuals email to a new computer is there any why I move
> > the cashe of previous email recipients along with it. I did not export
> > anything when I moved the email - just moved the data files.


> Read this: http://www.ingressor.com/autocompletetips.htm , particularly the
> paragraph entitled "Migrating your NK2 file to a new machine".
> >

>
 
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"Jamie" <Jamie> wrote in message

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> The attached article was very helpful. I was able to find the NK2 file on
> my
> computer at home, but can't do so here at work. We are using Exchange -
> would this make any difference? I have checked and rechecked my view types
> and they are correct. Do you have any suggestions?


As long as "Suggest names when typing..." is enabled, Outlook should create an

NK2 file regardless of the account type. Open Windows Explorer and enter

%AppData%\Microsoft\Outlook in the Address field. Click Go. Do you see it?

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You are so smart. Thank you. I have fixed the problem.

"Brian Tillman " wrote:


> "Jamie" <Jamie> wrote in message
> news:B73903BD-0348-44DE-9D11-B31868AE28B2@microsoft.com...
>
> > The attached article was very helpful. I was able to find the NK2 file on
> > my
> > computer at home, but can't do so here at work. We are using Exchange -
> > would this make any difference? I have checked and rechecked my view types
> > and they are correct. Do you have any suggestions?


> As long as "Suggest names when typing..." is enabled, Outlook should create an
> NK2 file regardless of the account type. Open Windows Explorer and enter
> %AppData%\Microsoft\Outlook in the Address field. Click Go. Do you see it?
> >

>
 
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