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Let's say you want to send an Email to Bob Dilan. In Outlook 2007, if you already sent a mail to Bob Dilan in the past, you could just type dilab, if dilab is his actual username on the domain. In Outlook 2010, it doesn't seem to work anymore. I still can use Outlook 2007 on another computer, and it still works.

Is it a client-side setting? If so, how do I change that?

Is it an exchange-side setting? If so, can I get some information about that feature?

Thanks

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It works fine for me but you do have to send an email first for it to appear in the instant results. – Dave Oct 9 '12 at 13:05

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