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How do I send a block email?

by whatapalaver / April 6, 2012 2:17 AM PDT

I want to send one email to several people with one click. Their names and email addresses are in my Contacts list and I want to lump them together. I don't want to send a separate email to each person.

Thank you. whatapalaver

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Clarification Request
Did you try a group or list?
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 6, 2012 2:27 AM PDT
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Problem not solved
by whatapalaver / April 6, 2012 9:02 AM PDT

Dear Heinz Taschabitscher,
Thanks for the reply but it has not helped. None of the steps you have described have appeared. I have had no previous experience with Windows Live Hotmail and I am wondering why you have given me advice for a Windows Live Hotmail problem when I am using Windows Live Mail. Until recently I always used Outlook Express with Windows XP but now I have Windows Live Mail with Windows 7. Should advice for Windows Live Hotmail problems also solve Windows Live Mail problems?

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I can't help it that Microsoft has been playing hot potato.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 6, 2012 9:09 AM PDT
In reply to: Problem not solved

Windows Live is one marketing name and WIndows Live Hotmail is just an account you might have.

Should advice for Windows Live Hotmail problems also solve Windows Live Mail problems?

Sure, we want to create a mailing group or list. And that's the problem. Microsoft can change their apps on a whim so yesterday's answer in some step by step may fail but the CONCEPT remains solid.

Let's try for a "Windows Live" only link that does not mention Hotmail?

I can't see any mention of Hotmail so let's hope you get the concept of groups down pat now.

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I surrender

Dear R.Proffitt, Thank you for replying but the instructions in are useless. When I press Ctrl+Shift+C I get a large 'Add New Contact' window that does not have a descending list with Contact; Group; E-mail message; etc. There is nothing, anywhere, about groups, so I have decided to throw in the towel and not waste more precious time. I wanted to create a couple of groups to help a friend but it is not needed now.
Thank you for trying. whatapalaver

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Don't give up.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 11, 2012 2:50 AM PDT
In reply to: I surrender

Keep in mind that Microsoft can change this email app without notice and may have different versions for different countries and OS's.

If you need GROUPS and if Windows Live fails, take another look at Thunderbird.

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