Three ways to send email to lists or groups of people


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Three ways to send email to lists or groups of people

With standard addressing covered, let's talk about groups. I am going to give you three ways to send an e-mail to a group of people. The first is to use a semicolon. To address a message to more than one person, just separate their names or e-mail addresses with a comma or semicolon. All right, that was an easy one, but what about when I have a much, much larger list of contacts to send to? If you already have those names in a document or spreadsheet, you'll be delighted to know that you can copy and paste the e-mail addresses into a recipient field.

As long as the names are separated by either a semicolon, comma, or a new line, I can select them all, copy, and return to my message, and paste. Remember that Ctrl+C is the shortcut for copy and Ctrl+V is the shortcut for paste. A third method is to create a new contact group from within Outlook and send your message to that list. The contact group used to be called a distribution list in prior versions of Outlook. Creating a contac...

Three ways to send email to lists or groups of people
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Three ways to send email to lists or groups of people provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2010 Power Shortcuts

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