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I would like to know how to delete/clear/remove the names that show up as I type in the "TO:" feild in Outlook 2002 (Windows XP).   I have names that show up that I have only sent one email to and I would like to have the name not show up everytime I type.
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Greetings, g3book!
   Outlook nickname feature can be remove with the following utility

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=242074

Best wishes, war1
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The file under artical 242074 does not work with Outlook 2002.   It did give me a clue as to what the list was even called.  Nickname List!  So I did another Microsoft Knowlege base search on OUtllok 2002.  The only fix was to rename the file and let Outlook recreate it.  I will have to send a few emails to see how well this worked.  It would have been nice to be able to edit the lists instead of deleting the whole thing.
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