OK. This is an odd question about obscure data storage.
I use Outlook Web Access (OWA) on my Mac a LOT for work-email, etc.
For anyone who uses this, you’ll see email addresses auto-populate when you start typing previously used addresses into the “to” field.
I think that data is somewhere on my computer.
Where would I find it?
- This works even for email addresses not on my exchange (these are the ones I’m looking to find)
- Also works whether or not the person is in my address book
- I misspelled an email address once and it got saved somewhere; so I kept accidentally sending email to a non-existent address – One of our techs had me clear a very obscure and special cache and it killed ALL of the saved email addresses (I was kind of mad – I wanted to edit/delete only ONE email address)
- I use a lot of cache cleaning tools and they have never purged this “special spot” (CleanMyMac, Privacy Scan, and even sometimes Onyx)
- That special spot may no longer exist on local machines and it may now be on the server-side (which might mean I can’t get to it) – There’s always a chance things changed from local storage to server storage over the years
Thanks in advance for any help!