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    Copying Groups (V6)

    There's no way to copy groups is there?

    What I was going to do was, say:

    Set up Group 1 with members a, b, c, d;

    Then copy it to Group 2, deleting member b;

    Copy Group 1 to Group 3, deleting members c... etc.

    There ain't, is there?

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    Re: Copying Groups (V6)

    What have you been smoking there, Chuck?

    Just <big>WHAT</big> are you talking about?
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    Re: Copying Groups (V6)

    Bob:

    I imported my addresses from Outlook... but it didn't bring over my groups... So I'm trying to replicate them without having to re-create each one individually. So....

    I set up the master, and then the rest are just "the master group minus name(s) a (+ b + c and so on)...

    You can do this in Outlook -- copy groups -- and I was just trying to see if you could do it in the Address Book (Outlook Express).

    Chuck
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