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How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

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How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

I have several email addresses in my drop down list (they do not show in my Address book) that I want to delete.  How can I delete these addresses since I may select one or more of them by mistatke? 

New Poster

Re: How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

I have the same question and can't seem to find the answer any where.

Does anyone know how to delete them?

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Re: How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

Comcast is aware of this issue, but so far has not been able to fix it.  As soon as it is fixed, we will post it.  At this time we do not know how long it might take though.

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New Poster

Re: How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

HOW CAN i DELETE ADDRESSES FROM MY DROP DOWN LIST

Contributor

Re: How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

you cant, nice right

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Re: How do I delete unwanted email addresses in drop down

I have had this problem/question for a long time.  I called Comcast, was referred to an experienced technician, who then took my information and sent it to her "email team".  3 days later (today, 4/26/2016), she called me back and asked me to check my "TO" drop down email address box.  EUREKA!!!  All the unwanted contacts were gone--about 20 of them!  She could not explain how it was done, but "the email team" did it.