How to keep stop iPhone contacts from including contacts from email?

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How can I prevent an iPhone from automatically including all of my email contacts? It just results in a huge list of unused contacts that makes it harder to quickly find the ones I want.

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Assuming you have iOS7, it automatically groups email accounts so you can do it easily. Just open your Contacts, then tap the Groups button. Your email accounts will be listed there, and you can remove the check by whichever email account it is that you want to exclude.

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