Greetings and felicitations. When using I attempt to enter an E-mail address that is not in my contacts list in the Webmail's "To" field, e.g.
John Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
John Smith email@example.com
the Comcast Webmail software treats each character string as separate E-mail address, and gives the following error message (when I attempted to use both addresses):
"The given E-Mail address '<John Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>>, John Smith email@example.com' is invalid."
How do I enter an E-mail address into that field without first entering it into my contacts?
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For me with Appsuite version 7.8.4-6-2 U-asd-13o,
"Name1 Name2" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
seems to work.
But Appsuite doesn't seem to like commas in the Name field, so
"Name1, Name2" <email@example.com>
"Name2, Name1" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I made up a couple of nonsense email addresses and it works for me using a comma as the separator. The program creates the gray box for the address after you hit the comma--------------
I should note that I'm trying to copy and paste the addresses from a text editing app.
OK I tried doing the same thing but copying from a Wordpad document. Works just fine for me. The trick is that you need to put the commas in place before you copy the addresses.
@DocWatson42 wrote: I should note that I'm trying to copy and paste the addresses from a text editing app.
Typing the following into Notepad in Win 10 and pasting it into Appsuite webmail works for me, does it not work for you? :
"Jon Smith" <email@example.com>, "Mary Jones" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Appsuite converted that into the following "To:" line :
To: Jon Smith <email@example.com>, Mary Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>