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Outlook 2010 Cached names suggested contacts disappears

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Have a client that every time he closes Outlook, all his cached names disappear. When he starts to type, nothing comes up. It will rebuild itself, or we can force it with a fake email and not send it, but if he closes Outlook 2010 and re-opens it, they are gone.

Have tried to setup a new profile, same problem. Have installed SP1, same problem. He is using suggested contacts and not an n2k file. Using an Exchange 2003 server.
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There is an option that must be checked to use and populate Auto Complete. Has that been unchecked?

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Is the user upgrading from Office 2003?
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by:Alski
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He may have upgraded from 2003 awhile back. He was one of the holdouts.
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See if he still has an N2K file from his previous installation. You can try disabling cache mode, re-importing the file (you have to rename it "Outlook.NK2") using the /importnk2 outlook.exe switch. Once you can verify it has imported successfully, re-enable cache mode.
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