Outlook 2016 nk2 file not updating

21-Oct-2018 19:53

Luckily, programmer Nir Sofer, author of a host of truly amazing utilities, has created a tool called NK2View that fills this functionality void.NK2View requires no installation -- you can unpack it and run it from any directory. NK2 file for the current user's Microsoft Outlook profile and displays it in a grid, which can be exported to a variety of file formats (HTML, plaintext, etc.).Microsoft Outlook's Auto Complete feature automatically populates email addresses in the "To" and "CC" fields.If you begin to type the name of a commonly used addressee, Auto Complete will make a best guess as to the name you're typing and provide several suggestions in a dropdown list.This list (which you can really edit only with a dedicated tool) is, as it were, stored in a separate file (called NK2 file) with Outlook 20; with Outlook 2010 and later, the same information is stored in a hidden message in your default email account.If you want to take the auto-complete list with you to a new computer or want to make sure it is backed up regularly, you have to dig it up from within Windows' profile directories or from deep within your message store.

It has to do with finding the specific file responsible for your autocomplete cache, an ". Follow the instructions to rename the old one, and let it rebuild a new one: me count the ways. I knew how to check to see if the feature was enabled and it was so I just let it go from there.

Mistakes happen when an employee types in the first few letters of the intended recipient and accidently selected the first option that Outlook offered.

For example, all these choices if you start typing ‘Peter’ … (We’ve had to blur the names/emails for privacy) including: Autocomplete is so useful and quick, it’s easy to forget the downside.

Outlook keeps most of your essential data in your PST—personal folders—file.

The auto-complete list Outlook pops up when you start typing somebody's name or address in a new message is just as essential, though, is it not?

It has to do with finding the specific file responsible for your autocomplete cache, an ". Follow the instructions to rename the old one, and let it rebuild a new one: me count the ways. I knew how to check to see if the feature was enabled and it was so I just let it go from there.

Mistakes happen when an employee types in the first few letters of the intended recipient and accidently selected the first option that Outlook offered.

For example, all these choices if you start typing ‘Peter’ … (We’ve had to blur the names/emails for privacy) including: Autocomplete is so useful and quick, it’s easy to forget the downside.

Outlook keeps most of your essential data in your PST—personal folders—file.

The auto-complete list Outlook pops up when you start typing somebody's name or address in a new message is just as essential, though, is it not?

Just woke up today and autocomplete wasnt working even though it is enabled. Of course, contrary to the site's instructions, you want to make sure the checkbox is CHECKED for it to be enabled.