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OS 10.4 - Mac Mail - Automatically Capture Addresses?


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I believe you can do this in Outlook, so is there a way to automatically add email addresses to your contacts, of anyone who is a recipient of any email that you receive?
For example, if someone sends myself and 50 other people an email, those 50 people would automatically be added to my email contacts.
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