Check frequently Name in Outlook2000

Posted on 2003-03-20
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Last Modified: 2010-04-07
When check name automatically, and there are several similar names, the address is underlined with red, and I have to rightclick to find the correct person I want to email, I want to have the most frequently used name to be checked first.
I mail to John Smith several times per day, there is three John Smith in the global addressbook.
When I have emailed the right John Smith I want that next time I write john in the addressfield that the correct persson will be undelined right away, and if I want to send an email to someother John Smith I have to rightclick at the name in the addressfield.
Is this possible to do so? Please help me :)
Outlook2000, SR (
Swedish Version

Oskar Eriksson
Question by:Oskowich
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Put in a middle initial.  That way you can type in John A, John B, John C etc.

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