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    No 'Recipients' in Vista Windows Mail

    Create Mail -> To -> Select Recipients

    List is empty.

    Toolbar 'Contacts' tab brings up list of contacts, addresses etc.

    Any ideas why none show in the 'Select Recipients' window?

    Thanks...

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    I'd love to see that.....because Windows Mail works GREAT for me, whether it's in Vista, Win-7, Win-8.1 or even Win-10.
    Of course, I do have to tweak it some, to get it to work in any OS above Vista.

    I just click the little Book image next to "To" to get my address list and then select who I want to send to, from the list.

    For multiple recipients, always use BCC.

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    No joy

    Quote Originally Posted by DrWho View Post
    I'd love to see that.....
    hmmm...clicking the evelope or the 'To' on the button produces the same effect...empty text fields.

    Typing the first letter of a known recipient's name in the email 'To' field doesn't produce the address, as it used to.

    The contacts are all in the 'Contacts' folder.

    Maybe reinstalling Windows Mail is the only option to restore the interface.

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