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How to Remove Autocomplete Entries with Exchange PowerShell

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I am looking for a way to remove Outlook autocomplete entries from all mailboxes on an exchange server using PowerShell.

I would like to be able to remove one entry for all users if possible.
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See if this script helps you out.
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ashour/archive/2014/05/25/clear-owa-and-outlook-2010-2013-autocomplete-cache.aspx

I believe you can also do this with Group Policy with the Outlook template.
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Is there any way to just remove one entry instead of clearing the entire database?
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Not that I am aware of.
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