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List of e-mail addresses

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List of e-mail addresses

When you click "To" or  CC  starting the New message or Forwarding, a list of adressees appears.  How to remove the names and addresses from this list.  A lot of them are not from your Address Book

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Re: List of e-mail addresses

You don't have any way to delete addresses from the auto-complete feature.  It will remember any addresses you have used before, and ranks them according to what you type and frequency of use..  Eventually they should drop off from lack of use.  To have the kind of control you want you would need to  enable the account in a desktop  client like Outlook, Thunderbird or something like that.




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