Gmail no longer remembers cache in the subject line of a new email

Per Gmail, they are saying my browser is the cause of no longer remembering history/cache in the subject line of a new email. They suggested going to the security information on my provider and there does not appear to be any button to activate remembering that type of history/cache

Hello Kevan.
The Mail.app stores all message recipients in the list of Previous Recipients in Mail (which are stored in the Address Book data file) and the address autofill feature pulls from the Address Book and list of Previous Recipients.
At the Mail.app menu bar, go to Window and select Previous Recipients.
A previous recipient that is already entered in the Address Book will have a vCard icon to the left of the name or email address. You can remove a previous recipient from the list or add a previous recipient to the Address Book.

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