OutLook Express Question

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jnibori

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I am running WinXP Home, and using OE6 as my mail client.

Is there a way where I can send a follow-up eMail to the people I sent an original eMail to. In other words, I just sent an eMail to about ten people from my address book. I sent the original to myself, then BCC to everyone else. It was about a program that looked good, but now I want to tell them it was buggy on my system. I don't know exactly who I sent the original to.

Is there some feature where I can send a follow-up eMail from my Sent Mail section of OE, and everybody in the original mailing will get it?

Make sense ? :confused:

Thanks.

BTW- I klnow I can check the details of the original eMail, but I am looking for a quicker way.
 
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If you sent the orginal to yourself, click "reply all" and add your text. The e-mail should go to all you sent it to in the first place.
 
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Actually, I don't think Replies go out to those who were blind copied in the original mail. I think you will have to pick them of the properties.

If it is of any help, you can:

Copy the whole bunch and paste to the address bar. (You may have to delete a comma or two once you get it there.)
- Or if you want to click them from you address book -

Paste the list instead into the top of the body of the message for a minute as a list to read from while you click names out of your book - then delete the temporary paste list.


-just a thought


- Castleheart :cool:
 

jnibori

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Thanks.

Too bad there's not a feature I was originally inquiring about. Seems like it could make things quicker/easier.
 
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