Grrr! I am so Frustrated!

I've go the new e-mail program, Microsoft Outlook, and it's driving me nuts.

What I can't figure out is how to just find an email address in the address book. When I write one in it always says it's not there.

I do a monthly newsletter and have lots of people subscribed, but when I get a can't deliver the mail from somewhere unless I have the person's name, I can't find the email address to delete it. Sometimes, even when people ask me to delete the address I can't find it.

This was so easy in the old Outlook Express.

Anyone have any answers to my dilemma?



C. N. Nevets said…
Marilyn, I use Outlook all the time, and support clients who use it as part of my job.

The easiest way to to the addresses inserted, is to start your new message and then click on the To... button.

If no names show up, look towards the top of the box that pops up. There will be a header in bold that says Address book. Under that is a drop-down menu. Click the drop-down arrow and see if you can select a different address book.

Sometimes it defaults to an empty address book rather than the one that actually contains your addresses.

Hope that helps!
Vicki Rocho said…
I think if we were in the same room together, I could help you figure it out, but I'm not much use to you long-distance. I think it all depends on how you are entering the information into the address book in the first place.
Hooray, Nevets solved my problem.
Thank you, Nevets!
C. N. Nevets said…
You're welcome, Marilyn!

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