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Topic # 32827 24-Apr-2009 15:17
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Does anyone know if this can be done, I certainly have struggled to find the option which indicates it can't be done easily.

Help :)






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  Reply # 209074 24-Apr-2009 19:13
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I would be interested to.

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  Reply # 209087 24-Apr-2009 19:56
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Freebies? otherwise manual

Create a contact with the numbers desired within a group <0213454555>;<923455555>;<02743333333> like so.

And save it under Group 1

Sorry can't try further am now a crackberry

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 209095 24-Apr-2009 20:57
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http://www.shubaroo.com/index.php?module=group_sms is another option


 


What I do though is create a new txt, add all the people you want in the group to "To:" and then save the message to Drafts. So to send a text to a group, all I have to do is go to Drafts and select the proper txt :)


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  Reply # 210047 28-Apr-2009 00:16
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It's in the Outlook contacts options. You can create groups of contacts and tag them under the "company" option in each contact. eg Family, Workmates, Friends.

So when you go to prepare a text, you can filter by company and then send a text to everyone in that company easily..




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