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How to Clean up Mac OS X Mail’s Auto-Complete List

If you use Apple’s Mail.app at work you’ve probably run across this problem: Someone’s default address changes to their home address without you noticing and you end up sending work correspondence to their personal email. After it happened to me today, I finally decided to take action and ask metafilter. Within minutes I had my answer: Select “Previous Recipients” under “Window” and search for the email you don’t want to send to anymore. Then just remove it from the list. Easy answer to an annoying problem.

November 29, 2007