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email address no longer vaild message in outlook???:

Posted on 2013-01-18
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hi experts,

 i'm using outlook 2010 and when I type in an email address for a user, I get the following message. The user is in the address book and I do receive emails from him. I have to look him up in the address book and select his name from there.

This e-mail message cannot be delivered to "usera" because the email address is no longer valid.
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In Outlook use Check name and check if that works. Or you can delete it, whey you type it in the to box, right click and delete. it is a caching issue.
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that worked thanks!
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