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Thread: Cached Email Addresses

  1. #1
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    Oct 2009
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    Default Cached Email Addresses

    When you type a name in the "Send To" box a list of email addresses/Names you previously entered shows up in a drop down. My problem is there are email addresses/Names that I need to remove from this cached list because I'm not supposed to use them. In my case I have several email addresses under one name. I have removed this bad email address from my contacts list but it still shows up in the cached list when I type in a name. How can I either clear out the cached list or remove the cached email address that is a problem.

    Thanks in advance, Jerry

  2. #2
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    Feb 2008
    San Francisco
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    Has anyone found a solution for this? I am finding the same issue with one of my clients....

  3. #3
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    Oct 2008
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    I'm seeing the same thing on 6.0.3 NE using the advanced web client.

    I entered a new contact, misspelled the name, deleted the bad contact, entered the good contact. I've checked my contacts and the emailed contacts... can't find the bad one anywhere yet it still comes up when I start typing in the address and zimbra auto-completes it.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Portland, OR
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    Check out Bug 40081 - Unable to get rid of emailed contact

    Also as it looks like these posts are all about ZCS and not ZD I am moving this thread.

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