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I am trying to forward an email to a group. How do I get the group addresses on the email without adding each address one at a time. Is there anyway to add the group all at once.
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I assume you are using the Mail app that is part of OS X. If so, the easiest way to do this is to create a group in Address Books/Contacts app and then enter that group name in the e-mail. LINK

There is a link at the bottom of the page which describes how to create the group in Contacts.

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Thanks. That's what I needed.
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