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Display internet address instead of Notes address when replying/forwarding email

When receiving email from internal users, email address of recipients are displaying as internet address style. However, when forwarding or replying with history the email, recipients information of history area are displaying as Notes address format. In order to keep consistency, It should be displayed as internet address style.


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  • Oct 2 2018
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    October 11, 2018 10:08

    The use of Notes e-mail addresses, particularly in mailing lists means that when I use Wordpress to send a newsletter, I have to copy and paste the newsletter into Notes (doesn't work with Verse). Notes, at the smallest provocation, tries to reformat the html, which screws the whole thing up. Even if I do manage to send, I'm still stuck because I cannot utilise the sophisticated analytics built into the Wordpress plugin. For several issues of the newsletter I found out that my posting was reaching only a fraction of the anticipated audience because I'd exceeded a cap but i'd had no notification.

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    October 11, 2018 10:16

    The world has accepted the use of internet email addresses and they are the standard for communication. There must be a way for these to be translated, where needed, to the Notes domain format.