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Hi,

I have a setup in my company where a selection of users only use webmail to access their Notes account. I currently have the issue where a user has enetered an email address in his webmail incorrectly and it has entered the cache so any time the user attempts to send an email to the user in question it autofills the incorrect email address.

I'm desperate on this one, any ideas?

Running Domino 8.5.2
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Much appreciated and right on the mark.<br /><br />Thank you.
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