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Lotus, create a mailing group

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How do I create a mailing group in Lotus 8.5

what path should I take
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Is it your own group or for everyone? Is it for sending mail or receiving?

You have to create a group in either your Personal Name & Address Book, or in the server's Name & Address Book.
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It is for my own use, no one else's.

What path do I take to do this ?

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Open the Contacts, it's your personal Name & Address Book I referred to. You'll see a menu item Groups, click it. Then click New, enter a meaningful name for the group, enter the mail addresses of the members of the group, then Save and Close. You can then use the group's name to send mails to, the group's name will automatically be replaced by its members.
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