Re: test message


Carolyn Arnold
 

Right, JAWS command. Alt+1 and Insert+R are JAWS commands.

Best regards,

Carolyn

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That is in JAWS. The command you gave is a JAWS command and
won't work, as far as I know, with NVDA.

Gene
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Outlook, to get the email address of the list sender:

Alt+1.

Copy that line by pressing Control+A; then Control+C.

Get out of that message. Control+N to start a new one. Paste
information in To Field; then edit everything out other than
the sender's address.

Then hop to it, subject, message body and send.

Best regards,

Carolyn


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I don't use Outlook. I use Windows Live Mail and I can
discuss that if people wish.

Gene
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Gene could you give us some guidance on how one responds to
individual on Outlook sixteen?

Thanks,

PS: using Jaws eighteen

Jeff



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When people write to lists, any list, and say they haven't
received any messages from a list for a period of time when
there have been messages, why do people answer on list.
People are unlikely to receive list answers if they aren't
receiving list mail. Is it generally because they don't
know how to send a message to the person offlist? Which
leads to the perfect opportunity to suggest a discussion on
how to send mail to someone's address as an individual. How
this is done varies depending on the e-mail program being
used but it is an important thing to know for anyone who
wants to send messages off list to anyone. And again, I'm
not just talking about this list. I repeatedly and often
see people addressing people on lists, responding to
something or following up with something that would make
much more sense to discuss off list.



For example, I see someone ask someone if they are such and
such a person they used to know and the other person
answering on list. I suspect this would be done much less
if people knew how to write to people off list, using the
list message as the way to do so or get the address from.



Gene

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