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Send same email invite to 100s of people.  BCC ing everyone has its issues - is there a better way?  An ap that will fire them one by one with attachment?

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Send same email invite to 100s of people.  BCC ing everyone has its issues - is there a better way?  An ap that will fire them one by one with attachment?
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Why not create a distribution list and make everybody that you want to send to a member.

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Hello worded,

You can use Outlook Mail Merge
http://www.emailaddressmanager.com/tips/word-mail-merge.html

You can use MapiLab Merge Merge toolkit
http://www.mapilab.com/outlook/mail_merge/

Hope this helps!
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