Is there a limit to the number of members in an email group?


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Royston

My wife has a website and sends out regular updates to users of her site who
ask to be added to her email notification. She had Outlook 2003 and sends
out emails to to her members using a an email group in Outlook. She has
received word from several of the newest members that they are not getting
her email newsletters. I'm concerned that there is a numerical limit on the
number of email addresses that can be added to a group in Outlook. Is there
a limit? Thanks, Royston
 
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Brian Tillman

Royston said:
My wife has a website and sends out regular updates to users of her
site who ask to be added to her email notification. She had Outlook
2003 and sends out emails to to her members using a an email group in
Outlook. She has received word from several of the newest members
that they are not getting her email newsletters. I'm concerned that
there is a numerical limit on the number of email addresses that can
be added to a group in Outlook. Is there a limit?

There is no such limit.
 
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Oliver Vukovics

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John Blessing

Most mail server administrators restrict the number of simultaneous
recipients per message. And some isps block emails with multiple recipients
as spam.

Far better to send individual emails using mailmerge or try our email
scheduler (http://www.repeatmail.com) which will allow you to send multiple
individual emails, html or plain text, with attachments, either as a one-off
or regularly at a specified time and interval. The recipients list can be
drawn from your Outlook Contacts, a plain text file,database or spreadsheet.

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send newsletters
 

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