N/APosted on - 11/03/2011
I migrated from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. In Outlook 2003, I schedule appointments and also invite group of contacts including myself. But after migration to Outlook 2010 it can't be done. Should I add myself manually since the group invitation doesn’t come to me? Anybody know how to do this?
Invitation of Group of Contacts in Outlook 2010
Not really, you do not have to add the contacts manually to use the group invitation feature, you can still create a contact group item for you to be send invitations to those groups. May be you have not just figured out the procedure yet, but it is also available in outlook 2010. Use the procedure below to create the contact group:
With outlook opened, go to the contact group tab and then click on it, and then click on Add Members. Choose the option for adding the members from the address book. Give the name of the contact group. And that is it, anytime you will need to send invitation members in that group you just simply need to send to the name of the contact group.
Hope this helps.