Thank you for this reminder, Frank. This is a persistent problem.
If the email address of the person you quote appears in the text when you
hit the Reply button, just delete the address.
To delete some of the text in a message, place the cursor at the end of the
text you want to delete with your mouse, and then backspace. You can also
do this by marking the unwanted text with the mouse until it is covered in
black, and then hit any key.
This procedure is highly recommended when responding to a long message with
a one-liner. If you experience diffifulties, remember that practice makes
perfect. It may be a good idea to write emails to yourself and respond to
them until you get it right.
Frank Thomas Smith wrote:
>Gaelman (and all it may concern):
>Please configure your computer so the email address of the recipient does
>not appear, as it does below. This is how spammers pick up addresses.