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  • Started 5 years ago by blythwood
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blythwood
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I have recently upgraded my computer, at the same time converted from Outlook Express to Outlook.
My address book was copied over to the new computer. I am now getting addresses which are outdated and I am unable to find them anywhere on my current address book so that they can be deleted. Where and how can I get around this problem, by finding the outdated address to delete?

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Scott
Scott
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"I am now getting addresses which are outdated"

Do you mean when you start typing in an address to send an email?

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blythwood
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Thank you for your response. Yes, that is the problem - start to type address and get two email addresses and I know that one is 'old'. I can't seem to find it anywhere in the address book or anywhere....

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Scott
Scott
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The tedious way to remove them would be to highlight the name/address in question and press Shift + Delete. That will permanently remove it. You could do this starting with the letter A.

I'm not sure the file in question, .NK2 can be edited with Notepad or the like.

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blythwood
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Sincere thanks. Done!

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