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tedsedg
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Contacts.

Can i save an incoming e mail address to a contact list without having to type it in. Thanks. Ted.
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Re: Contacts.

Using which piece of software?
John
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Re: Contacts.

In Outlook it's a 'Right Click the address and select Add to Contacts' but as Hulls implies we don't know what mail client you are using...if any.

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tedsedg
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Contacts

Sorry Strat & Hulls, Not sure what you mean by mail client & software. My laptop uses Windows Vista & i am on Plusnet email. Ted.
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Re: Contacts

Crazy post out of the blue?
What program do you run to get to your email and receive/send emails? That is a "mail client"
e.g. Windows Mail, Thunderbird, Internet Explorer etc. etc.
tedsedg
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Re: Contacts

Hi HP sauce, Strat & Hulls. I think i am using Internet explorer. Thanks Ted.
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Re: Contacts.

Topics merged as they seem to be the same
ChrisL
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Re: Contacts.

Hi Ted
I assume you're using Outlook Express as your email client. In which case, when you're looking in your 'Inbox', just right-click the mail you're interested in and then select the menu item 'Add sender to Address Book'.  Simples!
Hope this helps.
Chris