Re: Questions about addressing

2016-04-16 Thread Leonard S. Berkowitz
On Saturday, April 16, 2016, 8:03:23 AM, Paul Van Noord (tbudl@thebat.dutaint.com) wrote: > Open the address group. Highlight any address. Go CTRL+A. Hold down the > CTRL key and click on the unwanted address(s) to deselect them. "deselect" temporarily, but not permanently, right? Leonard --

Re: Questions about addressing

2016-04-16 Thread Leonard S. Berkowitz
On Saturday, April 16, 2016, 10:49:46 AM, Miguel Urech (tbudl@thebat.dutaint.com) wrote: > When the pick-list is displayed, use the Down and Up arrow keys to > scroll to the unwanted address and, once there, just hit the Delete > key. Thanks. I'll try that. Leonard -- Leonard S.

Re: Questions about addressing

2016-04-16 Thread MAU
Hello Leonard, > How can I delete the unwanted addresses from the pick-list? When the pick-list is displayed, use the Down and Up arrow keys to scroll to the unwanted address and, once there, just hit the Delete key. -- Best regards, Miguel A. Urech (Els Poblets (Alicante) - Spain)

Re: Questions about addressing

2016-04-16 Thread Paul Van Noord
4/16/2016 8:00 AM Hi Leonard, On 4/14/2016 Leonard S. Berkowitz wrote: LSB> When sending a group e-mail, is it possible to omit one of the LSB> addressees on an ad-hoc basis. Let's say that I remind this group of LSB> our weekly meeting. Next week, at the weekly meeting, we plan a LSB>

Re: Questions about addressing

2016-04-14 Thread Leonard S. Berkowitz
On Thursday, April 14, 2016, 6:59:55 PM, Rick Grunwalds (tbudl@thebat.dutaint.com) wrote: > Deleting is tricky. To the far right of each line there are 3 > boxes. Select the leftmost one an the list will drop down. Anu > clicks or keys will close it EXCEPT the down arrow. Arrow down to > the

Re: Questions about addressing

2016-04-14 Thread Rick
> First question: > When addressing, clicking a blank area in one of the windows (To: CC: > BCC: and Subject:), a little pick-list appears. It seems that these > suggestions come from both the address book and from e-mails received > (maybe even sent) Very convenient until > one of these people

Questions about addressing

2016-04-14 Thread Leonard S. Berkowitz
First question: When addressing, clicking a blank area in one of the windows (To: CC: BCC: and Subject:), a little pick-list appears. It seems that these suggestions come from both the address book and from e-mails received (maybe even sent) Very convenient until one of these people has changed