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Old 09-15-2017, 09:45 AM
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Default Stop Outlook from Inserting Contact Links After @

If I am typing out the body of an e-mail and press the @ sign, Outlook tries to insert a link to one of my contacts into the body of the e-mail. I really just want to type the @ symbol. I realize that I can just press the ESC key at that point, but I can't think of any reason why I would use this. Is there a way to turn off his feature?



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File > Options > Mail > Spelling and Autocorrect > Autocorrect options > Autoformat as you type - uncheck 'Internet and network paths with hyperlinks'.
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