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Outlook 2010 not using suggested contacts

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I upgraded from Outlook 2007 to 2010 a few months ago and my cached addresses were imported and was working fine until this morning.  Now when I start typing a name, it doesn't autocomplete it.  I tired to re-import them in with the outlook.exe /importnk2 but it says that switch is invalid.  In the suggested contacts in outlook, I see the 900 or so cached addresses...It just seems like Outlook is not looking there when I'm typing in an address for a new email.  Tried to repair install of Office 2010 but didn't fix the issue.
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Ended up having to delete my outlook profile and recreate it.  Once I did, it automatically pulled in my cached addresses.
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