Do you often need to e-mail the same groups of people--clients, team members, etc? If so, you can save considerable time by using Outlook's Distribution List feature. Here's how:
When you're done, the new list appears in your Contacts folder under the name you assigned in Step 2. Now you can quickly and easily e-mail everyone on your list! Note that this works more or less the same in Outlook 2003 and 2007 (I'm not sure about older versions). [via CyberNet]
- In Outlook, press Ctrl-Shift-L.
- Enter a name for the list (e.g., "East-Coast Sales Team").
- Click the Select Members button.
- Click each contact you want to add to the list, remembering to hold down the Ctrl key to select multiple contacts at a time. Then click the Members button near the bottom. Repeat as needed, and then click OK.