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Is anyone else suddenly missing their email recipient history when addressing a new email in Outlook 2003?

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I went to create a new email a minute ago and none of my previously used recipients were offered in the drop-down list like it has been doing. I'm just wondering if an update might have wiped out my history or if anyone else is seeing this problem. I haven't made any changes to my Outlook so I'm a bit curious. I'm using POP accounts. Thanks.
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Hi WineGeek,

Have a look at Offline Address Book: Mystery of The Missing Recipients :
http://exchangepedia.com/blog/2007/02/offline-address-book-mystery-of-missing.html

Good Luck!

Gary
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