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MS Word Mail Merge not sending emails.

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Hi - I've done an email mail merge before in MS Word 2007, but for some reason, it's not sending emails. After selecting to finish the merge and send the emails, it cycles through each message and appears to be working, however, it doesn't send the emails to my Outlook.

Is there something I overlooked?
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Question by:Takamine334
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by:pari123
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Hi Takamine334,
Can you document your steps that you are following?
Please go thru these steps and see if you are missing anything.
Link 1: http://helpdesk.ua.edu/training/word/merg07.html
Link 2: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word/HA100819761033.aspx
Thanks,
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Well, now for some reason it works. Have no idea what I did different.
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