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The New Message form appears (see Figure 4-1).
3. Click the To text box and type the e-mail addresses of the people to
whom you’re sending your message.
If you’re sending messages to multiple people, separate their addresses;
you can use either commas or semicolons.
You can also click the To button itself, find the names of the people to
whom you’re sending the message in the Address Book, double-click
their names to add them to the To text box, and then click the OK
button. (Or, you can use the AutoName feature, which I describe in the
“What’s in an AutoName?” sidebar, later in this chapter.)
4. Click the Cc text box and type the e-mail addresses of the people to
whom you want to send a copy of your message.
You can also click the Cc button to add people from the Address Book.
5. Click the Check Names button in the New Message form’s Ribbon (or
If you haven’t memorized the exact e-mail address of everyone you know
(gasp!), the Check Names feature lets you enter a part of an address and
then looks up the exact address in your Address Book so that you don’t
have to be bothered. Double-check what Check Names enters; sometimes
it automatically enters the wrong address, which can yield embarrassing
results if you don’t realize it and send the message.