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Outlook 2010 Autocomplete addresses

Posted on 2012-12-20
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I have lost an email address in my autocomplete. It's in my address book but I cannot get it to come back up when I try to type in the address block of an email. How do I get it back?
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by:ienaxxx
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you type it again in the To: field manually once and it should come back.
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tried that and it did not work
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it was deleted from autocomplete accidentally.
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by:ienaxxx
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What do you see under the To: box, while typing the address? abs.ly nothing?

What happens if He/she sends you a brand new e-mail and you reply to that? it comes up?

What about adding it back to the suggested contacts in outlook 2010, manually and then try to type it again?

Did u try to type the name or the surname of the person, instead of his/her address? what happens?

HTH.
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kwhittemore earned 0 total points
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Found the answer - suggested contacts --> advanced --> enter the name of the person and it puts it back into the suggested contacts.
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i researched it myself.
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