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We are wondering if there is a way  of giving internal email addresses priority in the lists that appear when you start to type an email address in the "To" line when composing an email in Outlook.  Right now, addresses that a user uses frequently appear after the user types the first few letters.  Is there a way to program the system to list internal email addresses first, so that you have to scroll down and deliberately choose an external email address from the list of frequently used addresses? This is more for risk management purposes..
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bsharath earned 250 total points
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I dont think there is a way to do this ...This is a self sorted way for the NK2 file.
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