outlook does not recognize one or more recipients

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  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Just updated to Outlook 2003, and when I type an e-mail address in the To
    window, then try to send, I get an error popup saying "Outlook does not
    recognize one or more recipients" and the message will not be sent unless I
    add the address as a contact. I do not want to make a contact of every name
    I might send mail to. In the specific instance, I wanted to send an e-mail
    to be taken off a distribution list, and clicked a "Unsubscribe" link that
    brought up Outlook.
    How can I send a message to an address not in the Contacts or Address book?
     
    Guest, Jul 25, 2006
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  2. billfrankllin38 <> wrote:

    > Just updated to Outlook 2003, and when I type an e-mail address in
    > the To window, then try to send, I get an error popup saying "Outlook
    > does not recognize one or more recipients" and the message will not
    > be sent unless I add the address as a contact. I do not want to make
    > a contact of every name I might send mail to. In the specific
    > instance, I wanted to send an e-mail to be taken off a distribution
    > list, and clicked a "Unsubscribe" link that brought up Outlook.
    > How can I send a message to an address not in the Contacts or Address
    > book?


    Just enter the full email address in the To field.
    --
    Brian Tillman
     
    Brian Tillman, Jul 25, 2006
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  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Entering a complete e-mail address in the To field is what was done. The
    popup appears when Send is selected.

    "Brian Tillman" wrote:

    > billfrankllin38 <> wrote:
    >
    > > Just updated to Outlook 2003, and when I type an e-mail address in
    > > the To window, then try to send, I get an error popup saying "Outlook
    > > does not recognize one or more recipients" and the message will not
    > > be sent unless I add the address as a contact. I do not want to make
    > > a contact of every name I might send mail to. In the specific
    > > instance, I wanted to send an e-mail to be taken off a distribution
    > > list, and clicked a "Unsubscribe" link that brought up Outlook.
    > > How can I send a message to an address not in the Contacts or Address
    > > book?

    >
    > Just enter the full email address in the To field.
    > --
    > Brian Tillman
    >
     
    Guest, Jul 26, 2006
    #3
  4. billfrankllin38 <> wrote:

    > Entering a complete e-mail address in the To field is what was done.
    > The popup appears when Send is selected.


    Does the mail address resolve (i.e., become underlined) when you tab out of
    the To field?
    --
    Brian Tillman
     
    Brian Tillman, Jul 26, 2006
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