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GroupWise Distribution Lists - for external receipiants.

GroupWise Distribution Lists - for external receipiants.

GroupWise Distribution Lists - for external receipiants.

(OP)
I have a user who wants to create a 'group' for 25 people outside of our company.  She wants to somehow create a group called "State Contacts" - then when she emails this group, all 25 people get the same email.

Is this something from within NWAdmin, I create as a Distibution List?  Or, is there something to do locally with this user's address book?

Thanks in advance ~

RE: GroupWise Distribution Lists - for external receipiants.

If she is the only one that needs access to the group, then she open her address book, double-click on the names to put them in the TO list, then click SAVE GROUP.

RE: GroupWise Distribution Lists - for external receipiants.

(OP)

rjs -
Thank you for the reply!

That was exactly what I was looking for.

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