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A simple question about Outlook Express 5.0

Posted on 2000-03-07
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Hey there gang,

A simple question I was wondering if it were possible for me to click on one of my contacts and instead of just sending to one, automaticly send to both of their e-mail addresses that I have in there, if this is possible, maybe you can tell me how to do it?.

Would appreciate it a whole lot, using Windows 98 SE by the way
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by:darrenburke
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What version of Outlook are you using?  I am using Outlook 2000 (9.0.0.2711) and when I do this the office assistant pops up and says

"Microsoft Outlook - This contact has more than one e-mail address.  The new message will include all the e-mail addresses for this contact.  Remove the ones you don't want before sending"

So it looks like it works fine for me!


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by:Blades1999
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Like I said...I am using 5.0
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by:darrenburke
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opps - don't think you can do it in Outlook Express as one of the contacts is set as a default. If you use Outlook 2000 it works fine.

Other way to do it is to create a group for people with more than one email address.
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by:Blades1999
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Maybe you can tell me how to do that step by step?..points are yours if it works
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Open Outlook Express
Click Address
File, New Group
Enter Name of User
Type in the email address and Add for all the addresses in the "E-MAIL:" box.  (yoo do not have to fill in the Name box.

When composing message send to the Group.

That's it!


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