Microsoft Outlook 2007: How to Reset the Nickname and the automatic completion caches on a Windows 7?
Are you looking for the quick steps to reset the nickname and the automatic completion caches in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on your Windows 7-based computer? If you find the task of resetting the Nickname and the automatic completion caches on a Windows 7 difficult, then we will help you do it easily.
Microsoft Outlook 2007 maintains a list of "nickname" which is used for automatic name checking process and when Outlook needs information for AutoCompletion functions. Whenever you address email messages, Outlook 2007 compiles the list of nickname. But, you may need to erase these nicknames for many reasons. For example, if the nickname cache gets corrupt, the currently installed version of Outlook will not be able to recognize your recipients. Then, Microsoft Outlook 2007 may suggest wrong recipients and you may end up sending email messages to incorrect email address or unwanted recipients. That’s why we have brought this quick guide top reset the Nickname and the automatic completion caches on Microsoft Outlook 2007, on Windows 7.
Follow these steps to reset the nickname and the automatic completion caches in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on your computer system.
- Open Outlook 2007.
- Open a “New email message by clicking on “New button.
- Type the first few characters of the nickname cache entry that you want to remove from the cache.
- When the entry appears in the "suggested names" list, use the “UP and “DOWN arrow keys on your keyboard to select the entry, and then press “DELETE on your keyboard.
Using the steps stated above and in this following video, you can reset the nickname and the automatic caches in Microsoft Outlook 2007 on your Windows 7-based PC easily.