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如何清除或删除Outlook中的最近搜索历史记录(搜索缓存)?

您是否曾经注意到,当您在“即时搜索”框中键入关键字进行搜索时,完成搜索后,您输入的所有关键字都会自动存储并在“最近搜索”下拉列表中列出,如下图所示: 本文将介绍清除或删除此近期搜索历史列表的解决方案。


清除或删除Outlook中的最近搜索历史记录或搜索缓存

您可以按以下步骤清除或删除最近搜索历史的记录。

1.在桌面上,按 Windows + R 同时按下两个键以打开“运行”对话框。

2.在“运行”对话框中,键入 注册表编辑器可选 框,然后单击 OK 按钮。 看截图:

3.在弹出的“用户帐户控制”对话框中,请单击 按钮继续。

4.现在 注册表编辑器 窗口打开。 请根据您的Outlook版本,使用以下路径之一依次扩展密钥:
Outlook 2016 / 2013: HKEY_CURRENT_USER > 软件 > 微软 > 办公室 > 16.0 对于Outlook 2016或 15.0 对于Outlook 2013> Outlook > 简介 > 个人资料名称 > 0a0d020000000000c000000000000046.
Outlook 2010 / 2007: HKEY_CURRENT_USER > 软件 > 微软 > Windows NT中 > CURRENTVERSION > Windows消息子系统 > 简介 > 0a0d020000000000c000000000000046。

备注:默认情况下,配置文件名称为 Outlook 如果您尚未更改Outlook邮件配置文件名称。 如果您进行了更改,请将配置文件名称替换为您曾经更改过的名称。

5.现在,右键单击 101f0445 键在右侧窗口中,然后选择 删除 从上下文菜单中。 看截图:

6。 “ 确认值删除 对话框出现,请单击 按钮继续。

7.请重新启动Microsoft Outlook。 现在您将看到 最近的搜索 下拉列表为空。 看截图:


使用Kutools for Outlook清除最近的搜索记录

如果您安装了Kutools for Outlook,则其 清除搜索历史 该功能可以帮助您仅在Outlook中单击几次即可快速删除所有最近的搜索缓存。

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1。 点击 库工具 > 搜索清除搜索历史.
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2。 会弹出一个Kutools for Outlook对话框,并要求您重新确认。 请点击 OK 按钮继续。

3。 弹出第二个Kutools for Outlook,并提醒您重新启动Outlook。 请单击“确定”按钮将其关闭,然后重新启动Outlook。

现在,您将看到所有最近的搜索历史记录都将立即删除。


演示:清除Outlook中的最近搜索缓存


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    ladywhitecat · 2 years ago
    Question: The Recent Search History doesn't display anything anymore after following the instructions. But, when I put my cursor in the Search box it still automatically displays the keywords I used before. Can we still remove those?
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      kellytte · 2 years ago
      Hi Kate,
      Have you restarted outlook after editing the registry form? Or you can try Kutools for Outlook’s Clear Search History feature!
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    NEW_User_01 · 3 years ago
    Worked perfect, no more search history.!!!
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    pop · 3 years ago
    close outlook first the do the above or it wont work
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    Hmmm · 3 years ago
    Information here is outdated and no longer applies. For example, 101f0445 is not in my registry.
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      Blarney · 3 years ago
      It still works, make sure you close Outlook first before deleting the 101f0445 key and for good measure create these 2 registry entries, DisableServerAssistedSearch and DisableServerAssistedSuggestions.

      See here: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/outlooking/2017/04/27/how-outlook-2016-utilizes-exchange-server-2016-fast-search/
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    tulasi · 3 years ago
    This is not helfull article, i am tried to deleted the reg and restarted the outlook client still i can see the recent search history.
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    Clark · 3 years ago
    Worked like a charm for me.
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    Vanessa · 3 years ago
    Just wanted to say it didn't work right away for me. I had Outlook 2016 open while I did it the first time. Saw a comment to close Outlook first so I typed in some random numbers into the search and closed Outlook. Deleted 101f0445 again (after the search. Opened Outlook and no search history! Hoping this comment will help anybody reading these instructions now.
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    Jim D · 3 years ago
    Yes, it works beautifully--to remove a very annoying feature. Just make sure that you close Outlook before beginning the steps indicated above.
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      Jo · 3 years ago
      Are you kidding me? Whats so annoying about this feature? Perfect for working a lot with mails..
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        Saravana · 3 years ago
        It really is very annoying!
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    Ryn · 4 years ago
    It works on Microsoft 2016. Thanks a bunch!
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    The Unknown · 4 years ago
    Hi so i went into Windows NT, current version but there is no other folder called Windows subsystem. Why is this? I couldn't do it the first way either i do as follows and as soon as i click on office, outlook there is nothing in that.
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    T-600 · 4 years ago
    I am having the same problem. I really want to disable this annoying feature.
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    Idz21 · 5 years ago
    This works in Outlook 365 (2016), but only for the 'Recent Searches' drop-down. But the really annoying location where this list still shows up is in the standard e-mail search window. I still see the recent searches pop-up as soon as I click into the 'Search Current Mailbox (Ctrl+E)' text box. Is there a way to delete or disable that feature?
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      Steve · 4 years ago
      [quote name="Idz21"]This works in Outlook 365 (2016), but only for the 'Recent Searches' drop-down. But the really annoying location where this list still shows up is in the standard e-mail search window. I still see the recent searches pop-up as soon as I click into the 'Search Current Mailbox (Ctrl+E)' text box. Is there a way to delete or disable that feature?[/quote]

      I too have this same issue...how do you delete the search field for (Ctrl+E) options?
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        Avinash · 3 years ago
        Has anybody found solution to search suggestion on "Ctrl+E"? Irritating maximum, grrrr.
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          kelly.extendoffice@gmail.com · 3 years ago
          Hi Avinash,
          Have you restarted Outlook after removing the 101f0445 key in the Registry Editor window? Normally the introduced way will clear all search history from the Instant Search box (Ctrl + E).
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            Nico · 2 years ago
            Is it the small search box with the clock icon next to it ? 3 lines of previous searches with clock icon ?
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      T-600 · 4 years ago
      I am having the same issue. I want to disable that feature because it has gotten to the point that it is really annoying. Especially when I have to do several searches during the day.
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        Avinash · 3 years ago
        Please share if found a solution. Editing registry entry hasn't helped with "Ctrl+E".
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    Skippylaroo · 5 years ago
    ok, why the heck can't there be an easier way to do this without editing the REgistry? There should be an easy way to do it, or let us manually clear the ones we want to clear. Nice fail MS.
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    Alberto · 5 years ago
    Hi Team,

    Thanks for the great write up! I want to thank you guys big time, and I want to note in case it helps anyone else out there that the key in windows 10 outlook 2016 may be in a different location. I ran in to this same situation, the recent search autocomplete is very annoying and tends to get in the way of my workflow (i use a lot of keyboard shortcuts). In outlook 2016 the key is in a slightly different place, so if it helps anyone here is where I found the key based on the article information within my registry in windows 10 and outlook 2016:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Profiles\Outlook\0a0d020000000000c000000000000046\101f0445

    I modified the value to erase all the data in the registry key after backing up the registry and the change worked immediately after restarting outlook.
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      Dany · 4 years ago
      Worked in Outlook 2016 with Windows 10
      Thank you!
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      Lysa · 4 years ago
      Please help! 101f0445 isn't on my list. Any suggestions?
      Thank you.
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        Linda · 3 years ago
        If you cannot find 101f0445, try closing Outlook first and then navigate to the path Alberto listed above within Registry Editor. It should appear after closing Outlook. After deleting 101f0445, the search history should be erased upon re-opening Outlook.
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    CoolRobG · 5 years ago
    The 2010 instructions worked in Outlook 2016 with Windows 10.
    Thanks for the post!
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    CoolRobG · 5 years ago
    This works in 2016 with Windows 10.
    Thanks for the post!
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    michell · 5 years ago
    it works for me outlook 2016, windows 10.. thanks for good info..
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    Thunder · 5 years ago
    Double confirm, works in Office 2016 in Windows 10
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    mo · 5 years ago
    Worked on my Outlook 2016, but I have to remove 101f0445 each time I open Outlook AND have to restart my computer. But at least we have this option.
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      Lysa · 4 years ago
      I need help. For some reason my outlook 2016 doesn't have 101f0445 on my list. Where did you find it?
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    maybeitsmaybelline · 5 years ago
    confirmed, works on Office 2016
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    raelene · 6 years ago
    Hi have windows 2010 and followed instructions and it didnt work, all that happened is 101f0445 is no longer visible in drop down list.
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    Adam · 6 years ago
    I can report as of the date of this comment's posting the procedure did work for me in Outlook 2010.
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      ray · 4 years ago
      don't work . still have unwanted search suggestions
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        candy · 4 years ago
        yeah doesnt seem to work