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Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by hra246, Nov 1, 2004.

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  1. hra246

    hra246 Thread Starter

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    I have a list of people numbering in the 100's that I want to send a message to. Does Outlook have upper limits after which they will penalize me? This is not spam in that the members are, indeed, awaiting my messages. Howie
     
  2. BillC

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    Outlook is only your e-mail client for sending and receiving mail. No penalty there. You should be able to do what you want.
     
  3. hra246

    hra246 Thread Starter

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    so you're saying that I can send out 100 emails with one message and they won't "close me down"? My friend is saying that Outlook once closed him down because he sent out too many emails at a time. Can this be true? Could it have been true at one time?
     
  4. BillC

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    You can send 100 messages if you want. And as I mentioned above, Outlook can not shut you down. Outlook is only a e-mail client (program) running on your computer. Your friend doesn't seem to have all the facts correct. I've never heard of anyone having a problem for sending too much e-mail as long as it was legal.
     
  5. WendyM

    WendyM Retired Trusted Advisor

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    You should definitely be able to send to 100 people at one time using Outlook. Be aware, though, that some of the recipients may have spam filters that will block your message due to the number of people on the list.
     
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