Outlook Send To List Box

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Hello, when i open a new email message and hit the TO button, a Send To List Box comes up, and in that box (with contacts selected) i see some dual entries. It shows the contact's email address but also their business fax. This is bothersome and i have tried everything i can to change this view option, or filter out this double entry appearance, since i am not likely ever to send a fax via outlook. What do you suggest?

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the only way I have seen anyone get around this is just in front of the fax number put an alphabetical letter or word like “FAX” and it will no longer show up.

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I also found this: <a href=”http://www.slipstick.com/contacts/nofax.asp”>http://www.slipstick.com/contacts/nofax.asp</a>

which includes the above and another option.

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  • Lborgen
    Thank you! The options available at the site are exactly what i needed. The option to change the name of the field and add the word fax before the number made it possble to keep the fax number in the field, but with a new name so it won't show up in the address book when sending an email, and he can still recognize it as a fax because it says fax, even though the field is now called other. Thanks!
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