Video: Reach out with contact groups (distribution lists)

Use a contact group to send an email to multiple people—a project team, a committee, or even just a group of friends—without having to add each name each time you want to write them.

Other videos in this course

This video is part of a training course called Reach out with contact groups (distribution lists). You can download the entire course or watch the videos online:

  1. Video: Reach out with contact groups (distribution lists). (You are here!) Use a contact group to send an email to multiple people—a project team, a committee, or even just a group of friends—without having to add each name each time you want to write them.
  2. Video: Group contacts using categories. If you can’t create contact groups in the contact folder, one alternative is to use categories. Categories are pretty easy to use, but the lists are only available on your local computer. If you want to create a contact group that’s stored online with your email contacts, you can log on to your email account with a browser. Watch this video to learn more about these alternatives.
  3. Video: Create a contact group from an Excel list. If you need to, you can use contact groups to send email to large groups with hundreds of members. And often the easiest way to do that is to create a list in a spreadsheet program like Microsoft Excel.

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Ko'rinishlar:
37319
Quyidagi sanada taqdim etildi:
01/07 2013
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00:03:29