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How to change:  Microsoft Outlook Auto-Complete (.nk2) file default location

Posted on 2009-03-31
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I would like to move the Auto-Complete file (.nk2) to a different location...and use it as our default location.  I realize that I could just copy and paste it to a new location, but how do I get Microsoft Outlook to look to that new location?  Is there a setting inside of Outlook that I can adjust or is it something else I need to do?
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Hello itiadmin,

You cannot redirect Outlook to use an NK2 file in a location other than the default location.

Hope this helps!
war1
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