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I copy/paste lots of email addresses from emails into a web form on my website and when I highlight the email link in the email, right click and choose 'copy link' I get ''

Now this was always the case but so I used to drag to highlight the email text and then could choose 'copy' instead of 'copy link' which did the trick, but for some reason mac mail (4.5) now doesn't do this.

Is there any way to resolve.

Thanks and advance!
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