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Access to autocomplete list

Hello all!
I know in exchange 2010 the autocomplete is now on server. How I can modify it? May be someone knew cmdlet?
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SavkinIV
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SubsunCommented:
As far as I have invested, I am afraid there is no exchange 2010 command to modify the autocomplete but you can try NK2Edit.
http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/outlook_nk2_edit.html
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SavkinIVAuthor Commented:
Good program, but we use Exchange 2010. Exchange 2010 not working with NK2
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soostibiCommented:
I do not think there is a cmdlet for that. Maybe through the EWS API you can access that feature, but there is no direct cmdlet for that. Cmdlets are there only for management tasks and for those client tasks which are accessible through the Exchange Control Panel. This autocomplete is not managable through ECP, so there is no cmdlet.
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morganmceCommented:
If you're not looking to modify it using a script, the contents of what used to be stored in the Outlook NK2 file is now listed under Mailbox\Suggested Contacts, not sure if that helps or not.
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SavkinIVAuthor Commented:
As I understand it's a single solution. Not perfect for many users, but only existing solution.
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SubsunCommented:
Just to add - If you are using Outlook 2007 or prior version the addresses will still be stored in .nk2 file, for outlook 2010 when you click the Contacts->Suggested Contacts(both in Outlook 2010 &OWA 2010), you can find the addresses which can be autocompleted in Outlook 2010. This can be edited from outlook.
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