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Adjust Suggested Email Recipients Outlook 2003

Posted on 2003-11-26
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When I open a blank email and start to type the name of the recipient, the contact's email is often suggested, which is great.  However, sometimes it suggests Email #2 only, or email #1 when I want email #2.  Sometimes it even suggests unusable/old emails.  Is there a way to adjust this suggested addressee functionality?
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Evan
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by:IT_Master
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Not that i am aware of
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by:sunray_2003
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If it is uses unusable old email address of a person you can remove that from the contact list and store it else or in a different folder.. Try to put the most used email address of a person so that it would suggest the one that you are going to use

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jessnjeff earned 125 total points
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You can hit the delete key on a suggestion which doesn't remove the contact, but will remove it from your cache in Outlook XP and above.
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Perfect, thanks.
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