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The autocomplete list is stored as an hidden message w/ the subject "IPM.Configuration.Autocomplete" in the Inbox folder of the user's mailbox. You can't get at it with Outlook, but other tools will let you. Call me heavy-handed, but I think I'd grab a copy of MFCMAPI and use it to backup an then delete the autocomplete cache. (As an aside: MFCMAPI is just ...
Are you using Outlook as the email client? If so, you can perform an advanced find in the Deleted Items folder to find all items modified in a range that should work for you (today, yesterday, on or before, on or after, etc., etc.).
We enabled cached mode on Terminal Servers because it was the only way to get Instant Search to work in Outlook 2013 connected to Exchange 2013.
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