How to send an email blast from outlook 2007 merging a spreedsheet of emails address.

Posted on 2011-04-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am trying to send a email blast to a group of emails that are save on a spreedsheet. please help
Question by:fkanemoto
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    You can setup a mailmerge in a word document and the use the spreadsheet as the data source for this. Then you can directly send your emails from word assuming that you ate using Outlook.
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    Setup up your email template in Word, then select Mailings, Select Recipients.  Browse for your spreadsheet, then 'Insert Merge Fields', these being from your spreadsheet.  The 'Preview Results' tab will then become live and which point you can check that your merged data is working correctly.  The click 'Finish & Merge' where you have several options.

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