In my organization there are two people with the same name. One is a VP that is on the other side of the country and I never need to talk to. The other is someone I need to talk to daily.
How can I set up a DL or nickname so that I can type a short version of this person's name and have Outlook recognize that I want to send to that person? I'm very frustrated with Outlook here. Gmail seems to be able to sort it's autocomplete by most-often-sent.
I tried making a distribution list, but it's very inconsistent. I have a DL called '=OOO' and that one works fine, I type in =OOO in To: and it understands that I want to use the DL. But if I use a DL called '=mike' and type that into the To: field, Outlook has no idea what I want. Is Outlook impossibly bad at this and I'm going to have to find the right name every time from the list of people named 'Mike'?