Managing Email Contacts

Learn how to add contacts, create contact lists, and properly send mass emails according to policy and with the Cc and Bcc features so you can communicate with the most important people in the most appropriate way.

Managing email contacts

Add global contacts

1. Go to the Navigation Bar and select People.


2. Type the name of the person you wish to add into the Find a Contact bar or select Address Book to look the person up.

Address Book

3. Select the name of the person you want to add, then select Add to Contacts.

Create personal contact lists

1. Open Outlook.

2. Select New Items, and then select Group.


3. In the window that appears, enter a name and description for the group in the appropriate boxes, then click Next.


4. Type the names of contacts you would like to add in the Enter names or email addresses box. Once you have added all the members you wish to add, select Next.


5. Select from the list either Public or Private for the privacy of your group. Leave the selected box next to Send a copy of all group conversations... and click Create.


6. The contact group will be saved in your Contacts folder under the name you gave it in step 4.

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