Deleting Incorrect Mail Addresses in OS X’s Mail

Posted on October 30th, 2006 by

In Mac’s OS X’s Mail, when you create an e-mail message and type in an address, the program puts the address – whether right or wrong – in its cache. If you have typed in an incorrect address in Mail, here is how you can delete it.

If you are running OS 10.2.8’s version of Mail, to remove cached addresses go to the Window Menu> Address History and select the incorrect address in the resulting Address History window, and click on Remove From History.

If you are running OS 10.3.x or 10.4.x’s version of Mail, go to the Window Menu> Previous Recipients and do the same.

Previous Recipients

 


One Comment

  1. Matt Fillmore says:

    Good to know Joyce!