Hi this is a small improvement suggestion - something fairly small but happens many times to me and many people I imagine!
I receive an e-mail from someone saying their e-mail address has changed, can I update my records.
So I have to go to CC 'contacts', and enter the person's e-mail address, and search for it.
But CC only finds a contact if it is entered precisely.
When a contact is copied directly from Outlook, it is in a format like
As soon as I paste it into your box, your system starts looking for it, and can't find it, because the address in your system is
I delete the Anwarudin < and then the system starts searching again but still can't find it because of the > at the end.
The workaround is to paste the e-mail into notepad, manually remove everything apart from the e-mail address and search, but that is a hassle.
I would imagine you could fairly easily write software which would only search for an address within the < >
Hi @karljeffery thanks for sharing your feedback on this! We have opened up your idea so other users can weigh in as well.
With the redesign of our Contacts page last year, pasting in contacts with greater/less than signs around the email address will allow the contact to be uploaded properly!
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