Question about Microsoft Outlook 2010
Once I send an email to a recipient, his address is in memory somewhere and every time I try to send an email to someone of the same name, I invariably choose the wrong name. How do I get rid of the address I don't want?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i am able to receive e mails and see the content but cannot send one as after create e mails e mails are not being generated and attachments are not being made
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
You're not doing anything wrong. The e-mail address is stored there in your address book. Outlook and Outlook Express just display this as the contacts name. It will still go through to their e-mail address.
To get the e-mail address, just double click their name.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
SOURCE: addresses in outlook express
When adding Contacts to your Outlook Express, add the Display Name and Email address (double check that the email address is accurate) then, press the save button at the bottom of the screen on the right hand side. By pressing the Add button, you are telling the program that you wish to add a second email address for this person (Contact) and this may be what is causing your issue when trying to access contacts. Give it a try and if it works, please rate my response. Thanks!
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
SOURCE: Sending Multiple emails
I had this same problem and found this solution (that worked!):
If your "Sent" file folder is overfull (it can only hold about 2G), OE can't file the sent message so it retains it in the "Out" mailbox. To see the size of the files in your "Sent" folder, go to your Outlook Express "Store" folder (in OE click on "Tools/Maintenance/Store Folder" then copy the information that shows where this file is located; then go to "Start/Run" and paste this information into the "Run" window; this will take you to your "Store" folder). Right-click on the file folder titled "Sent Items.dbx." It will show you the file size.
If you have too much information stored in this file folder, go back to your OE view and either delete some files from your "Sent" file folder or move them to a new folder. However, you must then "Compact All Files" (Click on "File/Folder/Compact All") in order to actually clear the space in the folder.
This should do it!
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
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1) Click New in the upper left corner to write an email.
On the new page, click in the blank box beside To: and type the email address of the person you're writing to. Add addresses in the Cc: field if you want to send a copy of your email to anyone else. Others receiving this email will be able to see anyone listed in the Cc: line.
2) Inside Subject: give your email a title-then write whatever you want to in the message window. That's the big box below.
Sending is the easy part. Once you're done writing (and attaching photos or files if you want... see below), just click Send.
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3) Open your Address Book in a sub-window
Clicking To:, Cc: or Bcc: (see below) opens your Address Book in a sub-window, from which you can select recipients. Click Insert Checked Contacts when you're done.
4) Multiple Recipients:
Send your email to more than one person. Add additional email addresses after To: and separate them with commas (e.g., email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, etc.). If you will be emailing this group again, you might want to create a category for them. That way, in the future you can send to the group in one click!
If you want to send a copy of your email to someone, and not let anyone else see that they're getting a copy, click Show Bcc above the To: line. Bcc is "blind carbon copy. Bcc: recipients are invisible to the To: and Cc: recipients of the email, as well as to each other. For example, if you send an email to email@example.com with a Bcc: to firstname.lastname@example.org, you will see himself as the message's only recipient. You will also get the email, and she will see that you addressed and sent the email To: You as well.
While composing and email, you can check the spelling in your email. Just click the Spelling button at the top of the page. If you want to localize your spell check to a specific language, click the arrow next to the Spelling button and select the appropriate language from the drop down menu.
Misspelled words are underlined in red. To view a list of suggested corrections for any misspelled words just click it!
Attach Photos and Files:
Click Attach at the top of the page. In the window that opens, click Browse to find and select the file you want. When you've got it, click Open. Repeat these steps to attach more files, and when you're finished, click Attach Files.
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