The two main rules of email address management
are to paste addresses into your address book, and address each email as the
step of composition:
- Paste addresses.
You should copy and paste addresses into the To field instead of typing them
for both ease of use and accuracy. Address typing mistakes are very
easy to make. If it is an address you will use again, then you should always
in your address book.
it last. Always enter the address last so you don't send an email before
you're ready. You can't send an email by mistake that isn't addressed, either
by loss of concentration or an inadvertent click.
If you want
to send an email to more than one person at once, you can enter multiple email
addresses separated with commas in any of the address fields, including the BCC field.
You can copy addresses from email links on web pages with most browsers by
right clicking on them and then selecting
"copy link location". You can then paste the address into your email or address
book; however, you sometimes need to remove the "mailto:" prefix if it is copied
as part of the HTML code.