Q: A while ago I created an email for a friend, but I made a mistake in their email address. As you might expect, the email bounced as undeliverable. I fixed the error and created the correct email address in my Google contacts. However, whenever I try to send an email to this person, Gmail defaults to the incorrect email address. For the life of me, I can’t find where Gmail is getting this incorrect email address so I can get rid of it. No suggestion?
A: Gmail, like many email apps and services, uses an autocomplete feature that keeps track of the email addresses you send and will use them to suggest recipients when you compose a new message and start typing an address. .