Outlook Solutions

How to Change the Map Service Used by Outlook Contacts

When you open a contact item, you will see a “Map It” button in “Addresses” part. It allows us to check a contact’s address in a map. As a rule, Outlook use Bing Map as the default mapping service. You can also change it as per you preference by the following method. When I add an address to an Outlook contact, I am accustomed to checking it in a map. Fortunately, Outlook is so kind that it offers a mapping service. In first run, I find that it is using Bing Map by default. But...

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How to Import Email Addresses from a Nickname File (.NK2)

Nickname file is a repository of AutoComplete Cache in Outlook 2007 and older versions. All the recently used email addresses will reside in the NK2 file. This article will talk about how to import all the internal addresses into Outlook 2010 and newer. Outlook 2007 and previous versions are programmed to store the recently used email addresses in a Nickname file (*.nk2), which refers to AutoComplete Cache. But for Outlook 2010 and later, all of these addresses wholly reside in a contact...

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