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Rebuild Outlook 2013 autocomplete cache from sent items.

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I had to move a PST from one exchange 2013 server to another.
In the process i realized the auto complete was not moved over.
I have no stream.dat or NK2 file to fall back on.

Does anyone have a working powershell script (or can modify one)
that takes email addresses from the sent folder and copies them to
the auto-complete cache?

I found this one but it doesn't work for Outlook 2013, only 2010. I tried modifying it
without success.

http://blog.degree.no/2012/01/outlook-adding-all-emails-in-sent-items-to-autocomplete-list/
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I answered this for another similar case, I think it would help you too:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Groupware/Outlook/Q_28243809.html
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I will try your solution but I would prefer a power-shell script if possible. The one I posted a link to works great, I just need it for Outlook 2013.
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 250 total points
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Auto complete isn't stored in a separate file, it is stored in the mailbox.
Therefore moving the mailbox between servers should work correctly, no script etc required.

Do you see a Suggested Contacts folder in the mailbox?

Simon.
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Simon,

I exported the exchange mailbox using powershell and imported it by hand using outlook.
I was getting "Failed PST import" using exchange ECP so I went the manual route.

Suggested contacts seem to have been removed from Outlook 2013.
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Wasn't able to get this using powershell for Outlook 2013.
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