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    Name Display in Windows Mail (6.0)

    It seems that when I send an e-mail, the full name is followed by the e-mail address.

    Is there a way to just have the full name displayed, without the ee-mail address?

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    Re: Name Display in Windows Mail (6.0)

    If you are using contacts, what do you have as the 'display name'?

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    Re: Name Display in Windows Mail (6.0)

    Using Windows Mail, I have NOT found a way to "Hide" the address, like it could be done in OE and Outlook.

    Now, that does NOT mean that it can not be done, just that I have NOT found a way <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

    Now running HP Pavilion a6528p, with Win7 64 Bit OS.

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    Re: Name Display in Windows Mail (6.0)

    Leif:

    For instance, if I send a group mail, the group individuals are all in the BCC, and the To: is "Undisclosed" -- with my address.

    The e-mail shows -- sans quotes -- "Undisclosed <cwbillow@componentics.com>".

    Dave:

    I haven't either. Too bad. Can't do it in Windows Live Mail either.

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