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Stop completing my thoughts

Question : When I start to address an e- mail message to "Mary," my mail program lists all the Marys to whom I have ever sent messages. Is there a way to eliminate the name of a person I no longer wish to see on this list?

Answer : Many mail programs include an auto complete feature that is intended to save time and key- strokes by automatically filling in the rest of an e-mail address after you type the first few letters. If you want to cross someone off your list for good, you can usually do it right on the To: line of the message.

The method of fixing the annoyance may vary depending on your mail software, but in Microsoft Outlook, highlight the unwanted name from the list of Marys by moving around the list with the Up and Down arrow keys until you land on the one you want to get rid of. Press the Delete key to finish the job.

In the Mac OS X Mail program, you can get rid of an unwanted name in the list by typing it into the To: field. Then click on the small white triangle at the end of the name to get a drop-down menu and select "Remove From Previous Recipients List."


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