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I do not run MS Exchange server on our computers but a 3rd party e-mail server. We use Outlook 98 for our e-mail needs nd are running NT 3.51.  Is it possible to set up group e-mail?  We currently use Post-office to add new users to the local e-mail exchange.  
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if you mean group distribution lists then create a new pab (personal address book) in a shared area and set each of your outlook clients to look at this additional PAB and then create new groups within this to facilitate the group email
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