Let’s face it. What comes to your mind when you receive an email that looks like it was sent to a million more other people? Hit delete key immediately? Send it to the spam box?
The thing is, people hate being lumped into a group – they want to be addressed personally. But, there are still big groups out there who still don’t know how to send personalized email to a group. In fact, to avoid making the gross mistake, some people have resorted to copying and pasting the email addresses over and over until everyone gets their message. The bad thing about it? It eats on your productive time.
Thanks to distribution lists, you can treat a bunch of contacts as if they are a single entity. So, let’s learn how to create a distribution list in Outlook.