In Outlook, click Calendar or press Ctrl Find the recipient in the list of calendars on the left. Right-click this user or room and select Delete "Recipient Name" where "Recipient Name" is the name of the user or room you are refreshing. To add the recipient back to your calendar list, see the first section of View another's Exchange calendar or mailbox folders in Outlook for Windows The new display name will appear once you re-add the user or room.
Existing appointments will retain the old display name for all attendees and resource rooms. Only newly created appointments will show the new display name. Back to top Updating your entire resolver cache To empty your entire resolver cache and start over, see below. Note that after you do this, usernames to which you have sent email will no longer autocomplete in new mail messages until you have sent email to them again. Make sure Outlook is closed. Click Start and then Run In the Windows Explorer window, find the file Outlook.
NK2, where profile is the name of your Outlook profile. By default, this is named "Outlook" as above. However, this can be something different, like your username. In either case, you are looking for the. NK2 file with a Microsoft four-color icon. The file type will be "Office Data File". If you have multiple Outlook profiles, you will have multiple. Once you have identified the correct file, delete it. All recipients should now have the correct display names once you send a new message.
Calendars will still need to be updated manually as explained above. If you have multiple Outlook profiles or are uncomfortable deleting files on your computer as instructed here, consult your LSP or your campus Support Center. Alternatively, follow the first or second set of steps above. This is document awtb in the Knowledge Base.
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