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    Resolved [RESOLVED] Address Book

    What ho one and all,

    Don't know if this should be in Software or Internet, but here goes.......

    I am a member of a committee of 10 and have been receiving e-mails from the chairman with everyone else's address as CC. I would like to create a new Group in Address Book, but don't necessarily want to add each member to the main contact list, individually.

    From what I can see, creating teh Group is easy, but it then asks for the members who are already in the main list.

    Is it possible to copy the addresses from an e-mail, and as a block of 9 address, pasted that into a new group? Or do I have to do it the long winded way of nine new contacts before selecting each for the new group?

    Toodle-oo and thanks

    Rex
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    You always just recycle one of the emails and click Reply All

    Right clicking on "each" address and selecting Add to Contacts would save you a little typing.
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    Yep, that worked, thanks very much.

    New group created, now to back-up
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