Windows Mail will only remember the most recent 29 names you e-mailed to. If
the contact is not one of the 29, you'll have to either type in the address,
or open your contact mailing list, find the name/address, copy it, paste it
into the TO column.
Windows Live Mail, however, remembers the entire contact list.
"Oort Cloud" <oort@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> In windows XP, in Outlook Express when I type the first letter of a mail
> recepients/contacts name in the TO: field, the whole name pops up. Then I
> can do the same for additional contacts if I'm sending email to multiple
> recepients. It's fast an easy.
> In Vista, in Windows Mail however, this does not seem possible. I have to
> type each name in full. Is there a way to enable this automatic fill-in in
> Windows Mail somehow? Thank you in advance.