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simplicity

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Ok a little back-story here. I play in a band, and we try to keep up with everyone we play for. So, the way we do this, is we get their emails. Now, I have put them all into a column and i need to figure out how to put them all into one "folder" so i can send them all at once. All help will be greatly appreciated!
 

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On 2002-09-02 03:36, simplicity wrote:
Ok a little back-story here. I play in a band, and we try to keep up with everyone we play for. So, the way we do this, is we get their emails. Now, I have put them all into a column and i need to figure out how to put them all into one "folder" so i can send them all at once. All help will be greatly appreciated!

Hi simplicity and Welcome to the Board.
Could you please clarify.
You say you have emails in a column and you want to put them all in one folder ?
Not sure what you mean here.

send them all @ once ?

This is a little broad could you explain more
and I'm sure someone will respond.
 
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This looks like a job for MS Outlook or Lotus Notes rather than Excel.

You can create Distribution lists in Outlook to send out bulk e-mailings. A useful tip - put the names in the blind copy box so that your recipients cannot see to whom else the e-mail has been sent.
 
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ok, so now if i put all my emails in a blind folder in outlook, how do i email from a different email server. basically, we have a band website that each of us have our own email addy, and i need to know how i can get all those email into that server and send them all out at once in bulk like you said. is this possible with outlook?
 
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ok, so now if i put all my emails in a blind folder in outlook, how do i email from a different email server. basically, we have a band website that each of us have our own email addy, and i need to know how i can get all those email into that server and send them all out at once in bulk like you said. is this possible with outlook?
 
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Sorry this is beyond my Outlook skills but I am sure it can be done. We have remote access to Outlook in the office so we can go onto the web anywhere and see our e-mails and reply to them or send new e-mails. I haven't explored the limits of the technology. It may be worth your while talking to your office IT people and/or exploring the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
 
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