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Chapter 20. Using Email > Using an Address Book

Using an Address Book

Most folks find that there's a steady list of others to whom they email often. Keeping track of those all-important names and addresses, and using them, is easier when you use your email program's address book.

When an addressee's information is in your address book, you needn't type—or even remember—his or her email address. Instead, you can simply choose the person's name from the address book, and your email program fills in the address for you. Some address books also support nicknames—short, easy-to-remember names you type in the To line of a message instead of the full email address.


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