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Outlook 2010/2013 Recent Email Autocomplete Cache - Can we delete a specific address company wide?

Posted on 2014-10-22
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We have a need to delete a number of addresses from everyone's email autocomplete cache but do not want to do an entire purge.  Is there a way to create a login script or some other means to remove specific addresses from everyone's cache?

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because of the way they are stored there is no way of doing this system wide AFAIK
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Thanks.  Any third party tools you are aware of that allow you to edit the contents like you use to be able to when they were .nk2 files?
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