missy62kaye

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when i send an e-mail i hit the letter button and all the e-mail addresses come up even if they are not in my address book. I want to know how to delete the unwanted or disabled e-mails that come up when i hit the letter key, without deleting all of them.

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Hi miss62kaye! Welcome to the groovyPost community!

 

In response to your question I'm not entirely sure which email program you are running. I'm going to assume since you are using Windows you are probably running Outlook, but please correct me if I am wrong.

 

In Outlook, to stop email addresses from coming up or being "suggested" when you start typing in an email there is actually a setting you can change, but it's tricky to find unless you know where to look.

 

In Outlook follow these steps:

  1. Click Tools, then near the bottom of the list Click Options
  2. In the options Window Click Email Options
  3. In the next window, Click Advanced Email Options
  4. Finally on the last pop-up window, Click an UNcheck Suggest names while completing To, CC, and Bcc fields

 

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Hope this helps!

 

Please let me know if you need help with a mail program other than outlook. I'm happy to help!

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And if your looking to just delete a few of the addresses that are in the auto-complete, follow this article:

 

http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microso ... ete-cache/

 

Essentially you just type in the email address in outlook and when the email address appears below, press the down arrow to highlight it then press delete.

 

Fairly simple process.

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Hey Missey. Good Question to be asked.

Austin, thank you so much for the help... But I want to do same with Gmail ID..

Is this possible, that When I type a letter, there would not be show list of all public accounts. Thanks in advance

 

Are you talking about INSIDE gmail or via Outlook?

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