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    Group Messages on a Menu (MSO 2K)

    I know how to customize my menus, specifically how to add a "mailto:" as a menu item, using the "Mew Message" item.

    But how do I use (some form of) "mailto:" to address a group in my Contacts Listing? And, how do I add "BCC"'s to the "mailto:" command?

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    Re: Group Messages on a Menu (MSO 2K)

    In HTML, you'd add a BCC (or any mail fields) to a mailto URL this way:

    Mailto with fields

    I'm not sure how you're doing this in Outlook...

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    Re: Group Messages on a Menu (MSO 2K)

    Jefferson:

    Is there a way in HTML to address a 'list' of names, or only individually?

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    Re: Group Messages on a Menu (MSO 2K)

    Limited testing suggests the following: separate them with semicolons, no spaces:

    mailto:user1@domain1.com;user2@domain2.com;user3@d omain3.com?bcc=user4@domain4.com

    etc.

    Thanks for asking, 'cause I never thought about it hard enough before to get to this point.

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