|02 Oct 2010||#1|
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can't turn off "Name Check" in Outlook 2010
How can I get Outlook to allow me to send an email to someone who is not in my address book? When I click Send, I get a dialog entitled "Check Names" with the message,
"Microsoft Outlook does not recognize [email address]."
I email a lot of people just once, and I do not want to have to enter these addresses in my Address Book.
I have looked and looked through the Options, and I can't find where to tell it to stop checking names. I have already unchecked both "Automatic name checking" and "Use Auto-Complete..."
It just astounds [and infuriates] me that I'm not being allowed to do a simple thing like address an email and send it.
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