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How to Populate the Outlook 2010 Auto-Complete List

How to Populate the Outlook 2010 Auto-Complete List Outlook won't populate the auto-complete cache automatically but it’s a fairly simple task for users. Open a new message and click the To button, select all of the names in the Suggested Contacts folder and add them to the message. Repeat for your Contacts folder. Close the message without sending. This method works in all versions of Outlook that use autocomplete. Note that there is a limit to the number of names you can have on the autocomplete list. In Outlook 2003, it's 1000. In Outlook 2007 and 2010 it's 2000. In all versions, it's an MRU - most recently used - list, so frequently used addresses will always be on the list. for more Outlook Tricks:

Cisco 3560 switch Password Reset and Recovery Procedure

Cisco 3560 switch Password Reset and Recovery Procedure 3560 password recovery enabled procedures Before you start you will need a Cisco console cable, which has a DB9 and RJ45 on the other end, plug in the RJ45 to the Console port on your cisco, then plug in the DB9 to a USB-serial converter such as the TripLite USA-19HS, use Putty to connect to serial, usually the speed is 9600 or 19200 baud, N,8,1
Pull the power cord.  Now plug it back in, then Push the green button in front, while plugging in power, then hold it down while Cisco starts up, You will see a message on your console window indicating that you are in password recovery mode. Let go of the button.

type this for password recovery. switch: flash_init
switch: load_helper
switch: rename flash:config.text flash:config.old
switch: boot after the switch boots and you are at the enable prompt, type this: switch# rename flash:config.old flash:config.text
Switch# copy flash:config.text system:running-config If you do it wrong you …