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windows mail - Two problems


sheila.weston

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BurrWalnut

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1. WM > Tools > Options > Advanced Tab > Maintenance and put a tick in ‘Empty messages………..’.

2. WM > Create Mail > start typing the name and select from a drop down list.

3. Windows Mail auto-completion doesn't use the Contacts list (address book). Instead, it uses a separate list of the last 29 addresses you sent messages to. That list is stored in the registry and is not easy to understand or edit. Names can be partially recognized by right-clicking the identifier (a-z, etc.) then clicking Modify. They are stored in the registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows Mail\Recently Used Addresses.

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peter99co

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I click Create Mail the I click TO which offers all my contacts. I click the one I want and click on TO CC or BCC and the OK.

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march

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shelia theres lots of info here for you

click here

dont know about stopping the repeat in brackets but if you go to

tools, options, send tab, & you uncheck 'automatically complete e-mail addresses when composing' click apply,ok

then you can manually type in the 'to box' the contact & address without it repeating,

march

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