moderated Re: Creating a group in outlook
Actually, you have a choice of adding a new email address to the group and then also add it to your contacts.
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From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Ron Pelletier
Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2020 9:44 AM
Subject: Re: Creating a group in outlook
After you enter the group name you should be presented with your list of contacts so you can highlight the ones you want in the group. The e-mail addresses must be in your contact list before you can create a group.
Ron & Danvers
Up until recently, I had no real reason to create groups from my Contacts using Outlook. However, at this point, I’m involved with a number of activities within my community where this feature is something that would be convenient as a contact option.
I had spoken with Bill White about this and rather to use the ribbon commands, he suggested using Control/Shift/L where I create a group name. After identifying a group name, I tabbed one time to the Members Table field, arrowing down to identify contacts to fill the group. At this point, I received a message that “Members list table is unavailable.”
Am I on the right track, or it there another way to build a group?