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An e-mail address group is a list created by you containing several e-mail addresses from your e-mail address book.

This list is then given a name by you. So now instead of typing 30 e-mail addresses into the "To" or the "cc" or the "bcc" section of your e-mail, you type the name of the e-mail address group . This now sends the same e-mail to everyone that you have in the e-mail address group .

You can use different combinations of e-mail addresses to make different e-mail address groups . You can enter an e-mail address into more than one e-mail address group . Most people set up e-mail address groups by categories like friends, family, co-workers, church members, club members, etc. Again this saves much time and trouble by inserting one e-mail address group instead of 30 individual e-mail addresses when you are sending your e-mail to several people at once.

If your e-mail program does not have an e-mail address group function, (but most do), you can create manual groups and save them as text files, separated by commas. Then you can open your saved text files, "copy" and "paste" them into your "To", "cc" and "bcc" places accordingly.

Sometimes you use a temporary e-mail address group when you use the "reply to all" function in an e-mail. This feature lets you reply to all the people in the e-mail at the same time. Remember to use good netiquette and only keep the part of the e-mail that you are replying to, deleting all unnecessary lines when you use this function.


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