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From Reddit:

I might be mistaken, but I read once that there is a flag that 'saves' the destination address of your transactions in your wallet file. I am not sure if it's the actual address that is saved or the one-time public key, but I'd like more information on that.

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In the CLI the command is as follows:

set store-tx-info <1|0>

Where 1 as argument will store transaction info. Note that for newly created wallets it is automatically set to 1. Thus, newly created wallets will automatically save transaction info.

I am not sure if it's the actual address that is saved or the one-time public key,

It will save the transaction hash, amount, private transaction key (you can obtain this by using get_tx_key <transaction-hash>), recipient's address, and payment ID.


Note that the GUI will automatically save transaction info as well. If you go to the History page and click on Details of a particular transaction, it will show all relevant information.

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