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how to add an attament to a mass email in outlook 2010

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has anyone figure out on how to insert an attachment to the mass emails in Outlook 2010?I need to include an PDF attachment with the merged messages?HelpThanks,pettie

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You cant add an attachment to merged messages.

The easiest workaround is to put the PDF file onto drop box, skydrive or a simmilar service and include a link to the file in the body of the merged document.

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You cant add an attachment to merged messages.

The easiest workaround is to put the PDF file onto drop box, skydrive or a simmilar service and include a link to the file in the body of the merged document.

 

Thanks for getting back so quickly. I'll use this as a last alternative but I am still looking for a way to simply attach the PDF file to the mass email.Thanks.Pettie

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You cant add an attachment to merged messages.

The easiest workaround is to put the PDF file onto drop box, skydrive or a simmilar service and include a link to the file in the body of the merged document.

 

Couldn't find a way @pettie. I agree with @simon however, better to not send the same file to all the people anyway. Just use Dorpbox. Here's a simple tip which shows you how to do it with DB.

http://www.groovypost.com/tips/share-dropbox-link-easy-way/

Thnx!

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You cant add an attachment to merged messages.

The easiest workaround is to put the PDF file onto drop box, skydrive or a simmilar service and include a link to the file in the body of the merged document.

 

thnx! :>)

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