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Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Excluding specific addresses from a list of recipients(tip for MS Outlook 2007)

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          A recipients list is useful when sending out emails to a specifi c group of people, but there might be times when you want to exclude someone who need not see that email.
          Here’s how to exclude someone from an emailing list. Enter the name of a recipient in the address bar of the message, and look for ‘Check names’ on the multi-function bar, then click ‘Message’. Alternatively, add recipients with the help of the ‘To’ and ‘Select name: Contacts’ dialogue box. Outlook will then format the names of the recipients in bold. Now, you’ll see a plus sign in front of the name.
          On clicking this plus sign, you’ll be prompted to expand the recipients list.Confirm by clicking ‘OK’. Now, Outlook will replace the recipients with their individual names and email address.You can now add and remove individual contacts from the list.


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