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Display email address in outlook 2000 instead of just names when sending

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by daved247, May 17, 2001.

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  1. daved247

    daved247 Thread Starter

    May 17, 2001
    when i send e-mail in Outlook 2000 and select the names of the people i want to email. I just get...yourname (email)...in the TO bar...I was wondering how to display the name and email address all at once. Similar to the way AOL does Please help me!!!!
  2. Gram123


    Mar 15, 2001
    Unless you're using your company's global address list, you must have saved the e-mail addresses yourself (either in your personal address book or in Contacts).

    If so, the name is just a short identifier for that e-mail address. You can change the names to include the e-mail address by editing it the name:

    In Contacts, right-click the contact, click Open.
    Change the Full Name line to read:

    Contact Name: E-mail address
    e.g. John Smith: [email protected]
    In the File As line, make sure it says the same as above.
    Click Save and Close.

    Alternatively, use:
    File, Address Book, double-click the addressee, click the Name tab.
    Add the e-mail address to the end of the surname and make sure it appears the same in the Display line.

    If you're using a global address list, I'm not sure how you'd change it, maybe someone else can jump in and help you?


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