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In Outlook 2010 is there a way to delete a single suggested contact without deleting them all and the address book?
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by:Imtiaz Hasham
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Hi,

go to address books, select the suggested contact, right click on it and click delete
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compose a new email. begin typing the recipient email until the suggested contact appears, click the red x.
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