10-04-2012 01:53 PM
I want to email to a group and add an attachment AND have all of the addressees SHOW in the "To" field.
If I do email from template, it does not "pause" to let me add an attachment or subject and also sends out individually addressed emails, so this is no good.
If I do a mail merge, I am able to add the attachment and subject, but it still only shows one addressee in the "To" field.
So how can I do a email from a template, add an attachment, AND show the group receiving the email rather than individually addressed emails?
10-05-2012 01:47 PM
The answer depends on which email client are you using (ACT! Internet Mail or Outlook):
You are correct, when selecting multiple contacts you are not presented with the new message window - it sends automatically.
If you select a single contact and 'e-mail message from template', it will present you with the new message window. At this point you can add additional contacts to the 'To' field and attach a document. All contacts will be displayed when the email is received.
If you are using Outlook as your email client, there isn't a way to only display the contacts associated within a group - it will list all contacts within the database as a list to choose from.
The ACT! Internet Mail program does have the ability to display contacts by group.