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MICROSOFT OUTLOOK 2007


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hmathew

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I have OUTLOOK 2007 – part of Microsoft Office Small Business 2007.


My issues are:



1. Changes to e-mail addresses on contact cards are not reflected in the selected members in a distribution list that has already been created.

2. When a new contact is added to a folder with a created distribution list, how is that new contact supposed to be added to the distribution list? I have to click the distribution list and manually add them. The only problem is that if I don’t add them to the distribution list when I create the contact card, I sometimes forget if I have added them to the distribution list or not.

3. Sometimes I would like to send an e-mail related to people in two categories – like Women’s Health + Kid’s Health + Cleaning products; but if I have created a distribution list in each one and send to each distribution list, then some people would get the e-mail twice unless there is a way to combine two categories for the sake of e-mail distribution.

Basically, I would like to use OUTLOOK to work smarter not harder – but right now I have to copy and paste and I’m not using distribution lists very much because I had trouble keeping them up-to-date.
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