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forwarding emails to people in my address book

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forwarding emails to people in my address book

I'm attempting to forward an email to a few people who are in my address book.  It was easy to do before Comcast changed the format but I don't see where I can access my address book to make the selections. I don't think this new format is particularly user-friendly.

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Re: forwarding emails to people in my address book

The ability to click on To: to bring up the address book is, I'm told, in the works.  But we have no idea just when it might happen.  In the interim, you can open the address book, select the contacts you want and then at the top of the page click on "Send mail".  Or you can just start typing each name and use the auto-fill.

 

ETA------------I just did a little experiment, and iCloud and Gmail appear not to have the ability to click on To: in order to access the address book.  Yahoo and Outlook.com both have it.

 

Just sayin.




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