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Outllok 2003 - Autocomplete problem

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When using Outlook 2003 to write/send email the autocomplete (of name/email addresses form my contacts) doesn't happen.
I've recently got a new PC and moved my profile from the old PC to the new one. Everything moved into Outlook i.e. all emails and addresses are there (in the contacts section) but I have to write out, or copy and paste from contacts, the full email adress when starting a new email.

I have the "suggest names while completing..." box checked etc in advanced email options.
I've seen some solutions on-line that suggest deleting the ".NK2" file or changing it's name etc. I'm not familiar with this procedure and not sure if it will wipe out all the addresses I have in Outlook at present.

Any suggestions?

Edited by gduffy, 14 March 2008 - 08:16 AM.

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