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    Creating a contact group from noncontacts

    While I know how to add a non-contact email address to a Group, is there a way to add a bundle of such addresses without keying them in one-by-one? I have received a message copied to a 20 or so people who are members of a club. How can I select the batch of contiguous addresses and create a Group from them just by pasting?

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    Roger,

    This MS Article has your answer.
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    Thanks for the lead! The article was for Outlook 2007 and I'm using Outlook 2010 so some of the instructions used different terms but I got there.

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    2010 no longer has the button. From what I can find in Outlook 2010 I can only add one at a time. Is there no way to paste a group of copied addresses simultaneously?

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