Enable deletion of Auto-Complete entries
My idea is quite simple: Microsoft is aware that its Empty Auto-Completion option simply does not work. Deselecting the Auto-Completion function under Options only "hides" Auto-Completion entries - it DOES NOT DELETE them, even after the Empty option is used. Microsoft has been aware of this problem for over five or more years, but has chosen to ignore it. Are consumers actually listened to? How many Office 365 users of Outlook Mail know that Microsoft "saves" up to 1,000 previous email addresses? Talk about privacy! Apple does the same thing with its email, only it never deletes any email addresses (a clean install will ALWAYS re-load every email ever used)! The solution is simple: Allow Outlook Mail users to actually DELETE Auto-Completion email addresses! Put a button on the Ribbon is Mail to accomplish this simple issue.
Jim Huang commented
Please stop auto complete in email. The suggestions are stupid, inappropriate, disruptive and just bad guesses about where I'm going in a sentence I didn't ask for this feature. JUST STOP NOW!