Use a contact group (formerly called a "distribution list") to send an email to multiple people -- a project team, a committee, or even just a group of friends -- without having to add each name each time you want to write them. You can include Contact Groups in messages, task requests, meeting requests, and in other Contact Groups.
Note To add someone who is not in your address book or contacts, use the "New E-mail Contact" selection.
To Add Members
Click Add Members, and then add people from your address book or contacts list.Note To add someone who is not in your address book or contacts, use the "New E-mail Contact" selection.
To Remove Members
Select the member to remove from the list and click Remove Member, and then add people from your address book or contacts list.
Important: Since personal groups are only stored locally on the computer you are on, once the group is deleted, it cannot be restored.
Note: There are times when you want to modify the name or email address of a contact that you have included in a group.
The modified contact will be updated within the group.
|Keywords:||microsoft office 365 event appointment schedule scheduling outlook 2013 calendars email contacts tasks people groups distribution lists o365||Doc ID:||31474|
|Owner:||Ara M.||Group:||Office 365|
|Created:||2013-07-08 11:06 CST||Updated:||2015-02-03 10:28 CST|
|Sites:||DoIT Help Desk, Office 365, UW-Milwaukee UITS Help Desk|
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