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To List in Outlook 2003

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How do you modify who the "To" list syncs with in Outlook 2003.

For example:

I have :

Smith, John (smith@domain1.com) as a person in my AD

However, one time John sends me an email from his personal account (jsmith2076@yahoo.com) and I respond not realizing that time that it was not the AD email, but was a yahoo/personal acocunt.

Now when I try to send an email to john smith the To syncs to his yahoo account and not the outlook / AD account.

Is there a way to REMOVE the yahoo address since I never want it to sync to the yahoo address?

Basically I want to tell it to always sync to AD first or the ability to remove certain addresses so that they never sync to my recipients.

Thanks
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You have to get his name out of the cache, go to address an email to John, and when you see his name in the list, highlight it and hit delete.  Also, make sure that Outlook is looking in the GAL before it checks your personal contacts
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