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Gmail - delete remembered email address

I still witness an old email I used to have with an old company about 7 years ago every time I attempt to send an email and I wanted to know how to get rid of this.  Within Outlook, I believe it's called a N2K file, is there a way to get rid of only this particular email address so I don't keep seeing it every time I type something on a new email?
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uppercut71412
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n2fcCommented:
When you start typing and the "bad" address "pops up" just RIGHT-CLICK on it & hit the DELETE KEY on your keyboard.
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uppercut71412Author Commented:
I just tried this, but no luck.  remember this is not within outlook, but within Gmail.
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Chris WongCommented:
Delete the contact from your contacts list:
https://support.google.com/mail/answer/14001?hl=en
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n2fcCommented:
Sorry, I thought you said in Outlook...
Yes, just delete the contact from Gmail...
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Chris WongCommented:
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If you click on ¿Contacts¿, under ¿New Contact¿ you will see ¿Most Contacted¿ and ¿Other Contacts¿ (in addition to ¿My Contacts¿). If you delete the contacts you no longer need/want from those pages, you won't see them in the autocomplete.
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Aditya AroraNetwork & Hardware Commented:
Hi,

Go to Gmail open gmail contact select other contact     other contact Select the contact you want to delete then go to more optionselect and delete and select delete contact.

Thanks Aditya
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