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Windows 7: Outlook 2010 Contact Group Question

03 Oct 2011   #1

W7 Professional x64
Outlook 2010 Contact Group Question

So, my googling skills found nothing (couldn't get the search terms specific enough, I think), so I'm throwing it out to the peanut gallery.

For purchasing in my department, I email my boss the parts, and cc his secretary. He approves the order, and she purchases the parts. I was wanting to create a contact group that sends him the email, and cc's her. Is this at all possible, and if not, can anyone think of a simple way to automate it? I know it's kind of petty, but when you send 10+ emails of this nature per day (and yes, it has to be individual emails, since they correlate to different projects/work orders), it's a saving of two seconds that's nice.

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06 Oct 2011   #2

Windows 8.1 ; Windows 7 x86 (Dec2008-Jan2013)

Outlook templates

Outlook 2010 - New email - In the Untitled message fill out TO and CC fields - Save as - Save as type - Outlook template. This would create *.oft file. Opening this file with open Untitled message with specified TO and CC.

If you want a special tab on the ribbon for your templates use this article.
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