New job? Start afresh!


I'm moving to a new role at Microsoft on Monday. Which, of course, means new things to learn, new tasks to work on and new people to get to know.


Because I'll no longer need to email many of my existing contacts, now is a great time to spring clean my Outlook world by clearing out my address history (the autocomplete cache that remembers who I've emailed in the past).


Here's how: Open the folder at c:\Documents and Settings\user name\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook in Windows Explorer, then delete the profile_name.nk2 file.


Now, when I start my new job Outlook will no longer prompt me to add recipient names that relate to my old job. Slick! Now for the hard bit: learning how to do the new job...

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