Mail’s address field is auto-populated as you type with addresses from Contacts (formerly Address Book) as well as addresses you’ve previously sent and received email from. There’s no one-click way to clear all of those out, but you can remove them one by one — handy if you, say, tried to send a message to a misspelled address and that misspelling keeps coming up as an option.
Earlier this week, Facebook users got a nice surprise when they logged in and discovered that their email addresses were swapped out with Facebook.com email addresses. You might be a tad perplexed at why Facebook decided to make the change for you, but you can change it back to your default email address with just a few settings tweaks.
Read on to learn how to change the address listed in your Facebook account back to your personal email address instead of the Facebook email account.
In the early days of the iTunes Store, Apple was fairly lenient about your account name and password for the service. With the advent of the Apple ID and all of the moving parts it taps into, that’s all changed, with Cupertino requiring new users to create Apple IDs from their email addresses. If you’re looking for a new identity or just want to join the cool kids by using your email address too, read on.