Outlook 2007 is an email-handling program that is part of the Microsoft Office suite. It can send and receive emails from both exchange/server accounts and web-based email accounts. In addition to its basic features, Outlook 2007 is also capable of creating mailing lists so you can send messages to custom groups of people.
Go to the "File" menu at the top of Outlook 2007 and select "New Distribution List" from the menu. The Distribution List wizard will pop up.
Select a one-word name for the new mailing list.
Click on "Select Members" to add addresses from your Outlook 2007 contacts list. You can type the names of your contacts in the search bar to add them quickly. If you want to manually add an email address, click on "Add New" and type in the address.
Click "OK" to finish the process. To send mail to the list, simply type the one-word name you created in Step 2 in the "To" bar when composing a message.
Tips & Warnings
- You can add up to 120 email addresses to a single mailing list.
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