Can a specific email address be blocked from being cached in suggested name

Is it possible to stop a specific email address from being cached so when you create a new email it will not appear in the suggested list.  This email will be used on occasion but will be manually typed? I don't want to turn off the entire feature.
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Dig down into autocomplete settings in advanced email group policy and then push the policy down to users. you can figure your email message to be marked so it will not be used as a source for autocompletion.
Not possible as far as I know. This company has products with the most nk2 functionality, but they don't offer that specific functionality.

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Sean MeyerIT DirectorCommented:
Not sure if you tried the simple solution  --- Arrow down to the selection in the list when it is giving you options and hit delete.
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