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MS Outlook 2002 Address auto fill-in


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lucas20

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Does anyone know if Outlook 2002 will automatically fill-in an address from your contacts list? TB and Express do this and it seems so cumbersome to have to open up the contacts list, find the contact, and then click to send them a message. This seems obvious, i know, but I cant find it.
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Click tools then options then e-mail options then advanced options to see if you have a tick for suggest names when completing
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Ya that button is clicked and still nothing....

Any ideas? This is annoying. Thanks.
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Click help then detect and repair to see if it picks it up, I use 2002 on a machine and it auto-completes
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I had this same problem with Outlook not auto-filling the email addresses, and after a bit more poking around on the net found this which seems to work:

http://www.outlook-t...04/20040517.htm

Good luck!
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