+ 0 Votes Answers to questions BFilmFan 5 years ago For the general location of files see the article http://www.slipstick.com/config/backup2007.aspTo backup files, see http://www.sitedeveloper.ws/tutorials/outlook.htmThe auto complete files are stored in a file with the extension of .NK2. I dont recommend that you attempt to carry that file over, as it tends to become corrupted and cause more issues. If you users are too lazy to type, it's a bad economy and new users are cheaper than the old ones....Enjoy! + 0 Votes hahaha viProCon 5 years ago I'm laughing because I can just picture me saying that to one particular client and the resultant look on their faces. I will check this stuff out tomorrow. Thank you very much for the links, glad to know the task isn't impossible. I"ll experiment with the nk2 but will keep your advice in mind. What's funny is that some think that this nk2 history thing IS their contacts database and are surprised to find otherwise. "You mean all my contacts for the past 3 years are gone because I never saved them?!". Thanks again. + 0 Votes Been there, done that! ThumbsUp2 5 years ago Yep, it's amazing that people think the history is really their contact list and don't know enough to add people to their stored contacts so they can be backed up.One thing to note though. The nk2 file can be opened with Notepad and saved as a plain text file. You can hand that over to people and tell them to PUT THEM IN THEIR DANGED CONTACT LIST BEFORE THEY LOOSE THEM!!!! Then, as they use the TO field to select them, they'll eventually end up back in the newly created nk2 file so they can just type a few letters again to find them, until the next computer! + 0 Votes LOL viProCon 5 years ago Ok, take my previous post and double it's effect on the customer. I just opened my own nk2 file in NOtepad and while it does indeed have the Name + email address for a given person, it has about a 10:1 ratio of junk text seperating it. Not a problem for an experienced tech to parse through but guaranteed it would be a memorable few hours for an end-user. They'd never forget to save to Contacts after that. Very nice.