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When you receive email from other people, you can grab their email address right out of the email to begin a new contact. The way you do that is you simply right-click, right here on their name. Here's Judith, I'm right-clicking, and I have a choice right here to add her to my contacts. When I do that I will at least get her email address. I might get more, but here's her email address. I don't have to worry about typing it myself correctly and I can fill in any information that I have.
Sometimes in the signature for an email you'll have lots of other information. So they'll have their address and so on. You can take that information and you can't copy and paste that information. You want to have these two windows side by side in order to do that. That's a manageable thing to do, to put these two items next to each other; so that when you are taking for example, some text out of this message and you want to put it over here you can actually drag and drop. You can't do that when you have the one window on top of the other.
It's just too hard. So I'm going to make that full size again and bring my contact back to the front and I'm going to go ahead and Save and Close to this contact. I could fill in a lot more information but you know how to do that. Now when I go take a look at my contacts list you'll go, where is she? Well, she's on the server, now I need to get her back here. So I'm going to just refresh my view and here we go. There's Judith information right here in my contacts list. So this is the easy way to be able to create new contacts from emails that you receive from others in OWA.
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