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Topic # 97194 13-Feb-2012 15:12
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I have had Outlook 2010 for a week and it happily auto completed email addresses when I typed in the To box.  Now today it stopped.  If I type one in maually send it then the next time I send a new email yes its OK but only for that session.  Once I shutdown and then go back, no memory again. I have lots in my contacts list but it wont pick them up from there.  Any help would be appreciated.  Cheers.

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  Reply # 580907 13-Feb-2012 15:27
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Try, type first few characters of the person's contact, then do CTRL-K to complete.

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  Reply # 580908 13-Feb-2012 15:28
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have you upgraded to 2010 or is it a fresh install? Before 2010 autocomplete entries were stored in a .n2k file under your profile folder. Now I think they are stored with your .pst. If you have a look under contacts there should be a suggested contacts folder with this autocomplete it there?

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  Reply # 580917 13-Feb-2012 15:37
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Control K works but thats s slower way. Before it always auto completed as you type in the box which is faster.  Yes suggested contacts is there very full.  Still wont auto complete as I type. Cheers.

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  Reply # 580922 13-Feb-2012 15:44
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Also sorry its a fresh install new computer. Cheers.

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  Reply # 580924 13-Feb-2012 15:50
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In outlook click File then Account Settings then select the email address shown and click Change and make sure Use Cached Exchange mode is ticked.

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  Reply # 580928 13-Feb-2012 15:58
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I have seen iTunes screw this up before (it has an addin for Outlook). You could try disable the addin under file / option / add-ins.

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