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Autocomplete feature in OWA 2007

Hello,

As we have autocomplete feature in OWA 2007, so, is it possible that it can cause to a bounce back message? Also, how to disable autocomplete feature in OWA 2007?

Regards,
Vikas Kumar
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crazyenglishmanCommented:
Can you explain your problem a little more, are you referring to the name resolution when typing a name in to the 'To' field within an email?
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vikas_k_tomarAuthor Commented:
Hello,

Yes, you are correct.  I am referring the name resolution when typing a name in to the "To" Field.

Regards,
Vikas Kumar
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Vishal BreedProgram ManagerCommented:
Try checking this http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/exchangesvrclients/thread/c6b3b3bf-c904-4e77-89e6-7b7850290ab7

Though feature cannot be disabled, it is explained how cache can be cleared.
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vikas_k_tomarAuthor Commented:
Hello,

This article is talking about how to delete the cache entry but i wanted to know the way to disable autocomplete feature from OWA.

Regards,
Vikas Kumar
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Bill PrewCommented:
There is no way to disable autocomplete in OWA that I have ever seen.

~bp
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markdmacCommented:
As was requested before can you please provide additional details on what the actual problem is?  The autocomplete addresses feature does not cause bounce backs. The NK2 file can however have incorrect addressing information for users if you have done a migration and did not preserve the x500 address properly.

If that is the actual problem you are experiencing then you can fix the root problem by following my FAQ on the subject: http://www.tek-tips.com/faqs.cfm?fid=7225
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