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  1. From your Start Menu, find the link to Microsoft Outlook 2013 Open Outlook. Open Outlook.
    • From your Start Menu, find the link to Microsoft Outlook 2013

    • Open Outlook.

  2. In the bottom tool bar, click on the three dots. This will bring up a menu with Navigation Options.  Select Folders. Scroll to the bottom of the left column to Public Folders.  Click on it to Expand it and then click on All Public Folders to expand that folder.
    • In the bottom tool bar, click on the three dots.

    • This will bring up a menu with Navigation Options. Select Folders.

    • Scroll to the bottom of the left column to Public Folders. Click on it to Expand it and then click on All Public Folders to expand that folder.

  3. Right click on ECBOCES Contacts to bring up a menu dialog box.  Click on Properties. In the box that pops up, click on Outlook Address Book Tab. On that tab, check the checkbox that says "Show this folder as an e-mail Address Book" and click on OK.
    • Right click on ECBOCES Contacts to bring up a menu dialog box. Click on Properties.

    • In the box that pops up, click on Outlook Address Book Tab.

    • On that tab, check the checkbox that says "Show this folder as an e-mail Address Book" and click on OK.

  4. Open up a new email from your Mail tab.  Click on the "To" button. From the Drop Down list under the Address Book Heading, select ECBOCES Contacts. Select your contact group and click on the To button to add them to the Email To window (double clicking on the name will also add them to the Email To window).  Click on OK.
    • Open up a new email from your Mail tab. Click on the "To" button.

    • From the Drop Down list under the Address Book Heading, select ECBOCES Contacts.

    • Select your contact group and click on the To button to add them to the Email To window (double clicking on the name will also add them to the Email To window). Click on OK.

    • Then compose your email, add a Subject and send.

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Emma Richardson

Member since: 10/14/2015

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