I did something very stupid and changed an e-mail account setting on my Comcast account which permanently ended (without forwarding!) my primary e-mail address which hundreds of miscellaneous contacts used to reach me personally and for business. Bad mistake. A lot of work for me now. Anyway, I'm calmed down now and want some advice on the best method to reply to a ton of different e-mails that I have in various Mail in-boxes, notifying them of the "new" e-mail address. Never done this before... is there a slick way to send a change of address e-mail message as replies to a whole lot of different e-mails that I have in numerous inboxes? None of these contacts are in AddressBook, I just have e-mail messages from them all filed in different Mailbox folders. I'm sure Apple has a slick technique to do this, but I don't know what it is. Any advice you can offer to make this smoother and easier will be much appreciated! I'm using Mail 3.2 in Leopard on a new MacBook. Thank you.