Contact group of Windows Mail problem
Are limited to 100 contacts contact groups? If so, how to split a group into two groups so that I do not exceed the limit of 100 contact?
You're ISP you are limited to 100 recipients per message. You can contact them and they can wear the limit for you. Otherwise, you will need to create two distinct groups. Bruce Hagen ~ MS - MVP [Mail]
original title: Contact groups
I've created a contact group in Windows Mail, but I can't find where to open it. I started another and told me that the names already exist.
In Windows Mail > Windows Contacts > new Contact Group option is missing from the toolbar.
Spirit - has ever found the fix here: http://www.vista4beginners.com/Missing-buttons-from-Windows-Contacts-toolbar
I want to create a group in Windows mail in Vista. The help screen tells me to open windows contacts. In the toolbar, click New Contact Group, type a name in the group name box and then fill in the tabs of the Contact Group and contact information group.
The problem is that when I open windows contacts, the only options I have are to organize, view, play, Burn
Can someone point me in the right direction
Missing the Windows Contacts toolbar buttons
Vista - "New Contact" and "Contact Group on new" button missing
I have 64 bit Windows Vista with the Service Pk 2 on my Dell computer. I used Windows Mail successfully several months I got the computer, including the sending of a large group of a newletter mail each week. Last week, I did some cleaning and some names removed from my Contacts folder. This week, when I tried to send my newsletter, he seemed to go and appeared in my 'sent' folder, but no one has received. I tried to send a total of 4 times now, and it has not disappeared yet.
I have some suggestions, but that's all. I'll assume that the altered list of contacts is a coincidence that you have no error message.
When a message in sent items, it was received by your ISP intact and the problem is somewhere from this point on. There are a few exceptions.
1: Analysis of e-mail messages can fool Windows Mail by thinking that the message has been sent.
Disable analysis in your e-mail anti-virus program. It is a redundant layer of protection that devours the CPUs, slows down sending and receiving and causes a multitude of problems such as time-outs, account setting changes and has even been responsible for the loss of messages. Your up-to-date A / V program will continue to protect you sufficiently. For more information, see:
Why you don't need your anti-virus to scan your email
Note that for some AV programs, it may be necessary to uninstall the program and reinstall in custom Mode and uncheck analysis when the option is the result of e-mail messages. Your best bet is to do it without worrying.
2: How many people send you to the? It is possible that your ISP has reduced the authorized number. Check the mind, especially if you can send to a group of say 5 people without any problem.
3: You can have a message stuck in the Outbox or sent items, even if you don't see it.
How to remove an Undeletable Message stuck in Windows Mail
Bruce Hagen ~ MS - MVP [Mail]
I created 2 groups for more than a year, but can not find a way to do it again. I opened "contacts" in windows mail, can not find 'create new group' anywhere.
These should contribute to a:
How to create e-mail contact groups in Windows Vista
How to create a mailing list with Windows Mail
Create groups of contacts (mailing lists)
How to create and use a Contact Group in Vista
I hope this helps.
Rob Brown - MS MVP - Windows Desktop Experience: Bike - Mark Twain said it right.
I am trying to create e-mail groups in Windows mail. Help says to open contacts and find the new group on the toolbar. I don't have this option on my toolbar. I can again make contact but no new group. Help please!
Found! I had to change the properties of the folder to get it.
Original title: Group of Windows Mail in Vista
How can I print the individual lists in a group of Windows Mail?
There is no printing functionality in Windows Vista Mail group.
However, if you highlight all the individuals that you want to print, then click Print in the toolbar, it will print out them pretty much the same way that you would expect from a group.
If I export my contacts from my Windows Mail and import in another computer (same e-mail program), will be replaced existing contacts on this computer?original title: about Contacts
Ideally, it should not be replaced.
Simply should I have to re - install my CONTACT list in WINDOWS MAIL after that my computer is removed from the service where they say they will have to "Clean up the hard drive", how do I re - install the contact list I supported on a CD?
You can export the contacts.
I work in a small office where we have computers running Windows Vista and using Windows Mail (version 6.0.6000.16388). We have hundreds of contacts and a few contact groups on these computers.
A few months ago, we got two new computers running Windows XP and Windows Live mail (version 2009, version 14.0.8089.0726). Other computers at the office always have Vista and the other version of Windows Mail.
I was able to export our hundreds of contacts and import them into Windows Live Mail for new computers have all the contacts... but I was unable to find a way to import groups.
These groups are all very large and comprise mostly/entirely out of contacts that do not have individual contact entries.
I've been Googling for a solution to this problem. The page nearest you, that I could find was this:
I was very discouraged when I saw the big red warning to the top of the page:
In the Groups of Contact with Vista, only contacts who are also included as normal Contacts will be imported into Windows Live Mail. Contacts that have been created for the Contact Group only will not be imported into Windows Live Mail. You will need to write these down and add them manually in Windows Live Mail.
This pretty much described my situation exactly, but manually going through all groups, write all contacts, and then import them manually into two separate machines should always and is simply not an option.
Are there really no other way I can get these groups into Windows Live Mail?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!
I have not actually tried this, but I think this method will work.
1. get a free Live ID (or @hotmail.com or @live.com).
2. install Windows Live Mail on Vista computer. During the installation, it will offer to signature with a Live ID. Do.
3. the first performance of Windows Live Mail, it will be important to all contacts from Windows Mail. Give him enough time to synchronize all contacts with the web version of this Live ID.
4. open Windows Live Mail on the new computer and then connect with the same Live ID. The automatic synchronization process will transfer in all contacts of the web version of this Live ID.
Gary van, MVP (Mail)
I want to see all the names of everyone in the group in the TO field: only the names of individuals in the Contact Group and NOT to display their individual addresses alongside their names; and I don't want to use the BCC field (because it will appear all the names). Is this possible?
Unless you have included their address in a part of the field name, the addresses must disappears from view when sending. That said, all they need do is click on transfer, reply to all, or view the message source and they see all the addresses. That's why the BCC option was created. Bruce Hagen
MS - MVP October 1, 2004 ~ September 30, 2010
Imperial Beach, CA
I have set up groups in my windows email account, but cannot understand how easily send messages to a group. I find people individually in my contacts. Is there an easier way?
Check the following artidle and see if that helps: http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/69738-contact-groups-windows-mail.html.
I hope this helps.
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I have a contact in mail. I guess that it was put there by a few emails I inadvertently opened. Anyway when I try to fill in the "to" box on a message that I normally get an AutoComplete list, I put in the first letter of the name, if there are several names starting with the same letter. Now, when I start typing a name with the letter 'L', instead of the 4 names in my contact list that start with 'L', I get the full name of a spammer, let's call him "loser at lumphead dot com. When I went to my list of contacts to remove this stupid I couldn't find this address! So I have 3 questions. Where Mail did in fact raise the file which has the coordinates? How an address to get into the system like that and stand out of the list of contacts? Most important: how to remove a contact 'hidden' like that?
Thank you for your quick response.
No, Shawns response suggested to go to the C:\users\myname\contacts file and delete it from there. I had tried before when I tried to locate the list of contacts somewhere outside Mail (sorry I forgot to mention that). But the contacts Vista file did not show this 'hidden contact' either. But further down the page, I found an answer to a similar problem. Gary van in reply to "re: delete contacts autocomplété" gave this link.
This leads to a file called winmailmru.zip. This tool allowed me to bring up a window showing ALL the contacts which it previously 'hidden', with options to remove them. I selected and deleted. Problem solved.
But I still wonder: where was hiding the contact "hidden"? If it wasn't not in Contacts of Vista directory where Mail was from? How this winmailmru.exe utility it found? It is also strange that the contact in question seems to have the ability to bypass the selection popup box that shows generally all other contacts beginning with the letter typed and force his way into the 'To' box, excluding the possibility of chooseing another contact. I am happy that my immediate problem is solved, but I wonder if the ability of a person sending a mail to 'hide' a normal contact and overide process in Mail is a security problem or just a nuisence? Anyway, thanks again for putting me on the path to the solution.
Original title: LOST MY GROUPS NEW BUTTONS
I have Vista and Windows Mail. I have done a number of groups but finding now that the button is missing. !!!Missing the Windows Contacts toolbar buttons
Vista - "New Contact" and "Contact Group on new" button missing
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