Small but annoying prob....

Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by jbrown, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. jbrown macrumors 6502a

    jbrown

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    Location:
    London
    #1
    I use Mail and Address book ( storing all my contact ). Now I like the fact that Mail references my Addressbook contact. But it has an annoying habit of doubling the single names I use in AB, if I send an email to someone on my list.

    Example - my friend Adam is in my list as 'AD' --- however, when I send him an email from Mail, in the email address field, if I type 'A', I'll get a list of my email contacts begining with A. I drop down to AD, and send the mail. All well and good so far.

    Now, when I go back to AB - he's listed as ' AD AD '!! Why, and what can I do to stop this. Doubly annoying cause when I sync my phone, my phone then shows ' AD AD '

    cheers for the help :D
     
  2. AmigoMac macrumors 68020

    AmigoMac

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    Aug 5, 2003
    Location:
    l'Allemagne
    #2
    Change friends? :rolleyes:

    Sorry, never happened to me before. weird. my contacts are just one time there.
     
  3. skubish macrumors 68030

    skubish

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    Location:
    Ann Arbor, Michigan
    #3
    Is it 2 entries or just putting AD in the first and last name?
     
  4. Applespider macrumors G4

    Applespider

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    Jan 20, 2004
    Location:
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    #4
    How is that user's email address set up both in your directory and in his 'sent from' field?

    I know I've had a problem where for some unknown reason a friend has made their emails looks as if they come from firstnamelastname (run into one) with an address of name@friend.com . My Address Book has their name in firstname lastname and their address as name@friend.com.

    But Mail shows them as
    firstnamelastname lastname
    when I try to send them messages. My Address Book did do this at one point but after editing it correctly, it hasn't changed it again.
     

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