You're probably already familiar with the MS Outlook name list. I've compiled a number of Outlook autocomplete tips in this article, so that you can fine-tune this handy Outlook feature just a little bit more and adapt it to your needs.
Just for the sake of completeness: the Outlook autocomplete name list is the feature in Outlook that comes up with a number of your e-mail contacts as you start typing an e-mail address in the "To:" field of a new mail-message:
A lot of people are wondering how they can delete a single entry from the Outlook name suggestion list. This is very simple:
That was pretty simple, no?
If you don't just want to remove one entry from the list, but want to disable the autosuggestion feature altogether, this is what you must do:
Another Outlook autocomplete tip is that the Outlook name suggesting feature sometimes simply stops working. The .nk2 file that holds the Outlook name list tends to go corrupt from time to time, or, it might get destroyed by registry cleaners or other security and privacy tools. That's why it might be a better idea to not only depend on the Outlook name list, but also create addresses in your Outlook contacts list.
If you have your addresses in your contacts list, the following tip will help you get your Outlook autocomplete list back if your .nk2 file is damaged:
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Additional reading: Migrate Outlook autocomplete to another computer
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