Removing Old Addresses in E Mails

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Removing Old Addresses in E Mails

Postby Alma » Fri Dec 24, 2010 1:42 am

Date Posted: 08:02:32 12/08/10 Wed
Author: Faye
Subject: All those old addresses in emails

I would like to know how to "get rid" of those "hundreds" of email addresses that accompany my emails.
Hope someone can help!


Replies:

[> Re: All those old addresses in emails -- califncsun, 08:29:17 12/08/10 Wed [1]

When you forward an email, highlight the stuff you want to delete and click the delete button. I too don't like getting all that stuff when an email is forwarded to me. I don't like scrolling all through it to find the message.


[> Re: All those old addresses in emails -- skippy, 09:14:24 12/08/10 Wed [1]

It sure would be nice if everyone would clean up their emails before they hit the forward button. Those long ones take up so much space in your mailbox.


[> Re: All those old addresses in emails -- Ricki, 10:38:30 12/08/10 Wed [1]

I agree. Such a simple thing to do.
I always take out address before I send.


[> Re: All those old addresses in emails -- Diane (from PA), 18:42:38 12/09/10 Thu [1]

When I send emails ~ I do the bcc. That is blind copy. That way no one sees who you sent the email to. And when they get the email it says 'undisclosed recipient'.

That way no one can get the email address of everyone you sent to.

Hugs, Diane
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