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sending email to several contacts at once

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by bj nick, Jan 29, 2002.

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  1. bj nick

    bj nick Thread Starter

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    I have office xp...how do I create lists of people to send email to? (so that I can send the same message to many people at once...)

    thanks
     
  2. chewie1012

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    in outlook try contacts ctrl shift L and then pick contacts to add to your distribution list. Another way is with your contacts window open click file and then new and then distribution list. I have outlook 2000 and am assuming they are the same.
     
  3. DoyceJ

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    I think this is it.


    In Outlook ­ make sure you are in your INBOX.
    Go to File ­ New ­ Distribution List. Click.
    Give your distribution list a name THAT YOU CAN REMEMBER!
    Click on Select Members
    EITHER type in part of the individual's last name or scroll down until you find your name.
    Click on ADD.
    Continue with the process.
    Continue until you have finished creating your list. (add yourself to the list ­ to get a
    copy.)
    Click on Save and close. You did it!
    To check your work ­ go to your INBOX ­ click on the Address Book Icon and scroll down until
    you find your distribution list.
     
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