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Forward a list of emails in one 'send'

I need to forward 15-20 emails in my inbox.. can i group them, or somehow send them in one 'send', rather than sending each one individually

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  • bertp6391 Feb 04, 2009

    i see i didnt explain clearly. i dont want to send one email to multiple receivers. i want to send multiple emails to one person.

  • bertp6391 Feb 04, 2009

    thanks for your help.

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Click the actual Word TO left of where you usually put the email address.

This will open a windows with all your contacts, to select multiple contacts hold the CTRL key while you click names to add.

If you accidentally add a wrong one, just keep holding CTRL and click that contact again to remove it.

Advanced:
If you want to select all in a row, hold SHIFT and click the first and last one in the list, then you can release SHIFT an hold CTRL to remove a single one.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

  • Ron
    Ron Feb 04, 2009

    Sorry,

    I misunderstood the question (i don't necessarily thing the answer was inappropriate :) )

    In that case, no there is no way to forward multiple emails in at ones to a single (group) of recipients.

    If you really needed to do this, you could somehow download your messages to Outlook. Yahoo however will no longer let you do this unless you have a premium account. So you would need to forward them all to another account that does allow pop access. which is more work than just sending it directly to the recipient.


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I want a new gmail account


Are you trying to create a second Gmail account to use with an existing Gmail Account?

Let's say you have two big uses for Gmail: one you use with friends and family/for fun and one that you use more professionally. It is definitely possible to read mail and send mail from both within one inbox. Here's how:

(Let's call that more personal account your primary account and that professional one your secondary account)

Create that second account
The first step should be to create the secondary account if you haven't already done so. To create a secondary account, go ahead and sign out of your primary account. Click the "create an account" link and get started.

To receive emails from the second account
Next, in order to see emails sent from your secondary to your primary account, you should set up forwarding. Keep in mind that you can also forward emails from your primary to your secondary account should you want all messages from both emails in both inboxes. To set up forwarding:

1. Click the gear in the top right.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
4. Click Add a forwarding address in the "Forwarding" section.
5. Enter the primary email address
6. For your security, we'll send a verification to that email address.
7. Open your primary email account (signing out of the secondary account), and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team.
8. Click the verification link in that email.
9. Back in your secondary account, refresh the page.
10. Select the Forward a copy of incoming mail to option and make sure your new forwarding address is listed in the first drop-down menu.
11. In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages in that secondary account, such as keep Gmail's copy in the Inbox or archive Gmail's copy.
12. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

Now, you should be able to see emails from both accounts in the same spot.

To send emails from the second account
Last, in order to send out emails from the primary and the secondary account in the same inbox, you should set up the "send mail as" feature. To set up the send mail as feature:
1. Click the gear icon in the top right
2. Select Settings
3. Select the Accounts tab (or Accounts tab, if you're using Google Apps).
4. Under Send mail as, click Add another email address.
5. In the 'Email address' field, enter your name and alternate email address.
6. Choose one of two options:
7. Use Gmail's servers to send your mail (this is easier to set up)
8. Use your other email provider's SMTP servers (we recommend this option for professional mail accounts or domains). Note for Google Apps users: Depending on your domain type, this feature may be disabled by default. Talk to your administrator if you have any questions.

Now, when you're sending an email in your inbox, simply click "from" and choose which email address you'd like to send from.

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How do I set up another Gmail account. I don't want to delete my other. I just want another domain email.


Sign out of your gmail account. Create a new account.

To receive emails from the second account
Next, in order to see emails sent from your secondary to your primary account, you should set up forwarding. Keep in mind that you can also forward emails from your primary to your secondary account should you want all messages from both emails in both inboxes. To set up forwarding:

1. Click the gear in the top right.
2. Select Settings.
3. Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
4. Click Add a forwarding address in the "Forwarding" section.
5. Enter the primary email address
6. For your security, we'll send a verification to that email address.
7. Open your primary email account (signing out of the secondary account), and find the confirmation message from the Gmail team.
8. Click the verification link in that email.
9. Back in your secondary account, refresh the page.
10. Select the Forward a copy of incoming mail to option and make sure your new forwarding address is listed in the first drop-down menu.
11. In the second drop-down menu, choose what you want Gmail to do with your messages in that secondary account, such as keep Gmail's copy in the Inbox or archive Gmail's copy.
12. Click Save Changes at the bottom of the page.

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GOOGLE WILL NOT LET ME EMAIL ALL OF MY ADDRESSEES BECAUS IT DOIES NOT RECOGNIZE ONE EMAIL ADDRESS....WHICH IS NOT IN MY ADDRESS BOOK!!


I would go through the list and make sure that the addresses all conform to user or user.name followed with @ and a domain name as in example,com

Since you are sending a mass of emails it appears that you may be replying-all to ab email sent to you. Look through each and every address on that list for any that do not conform to the syntax of an email address. Also, you cannot email to more than fifty recipients in one message.

It is my practice to use the Bcc if I am sending to a large group, and send it to myself, then Bcc eveyone on the list. Also before forwarding I edit out all of the header information.

One thing I hate is have to scroll three screens down past all of an assorted number of forwarded headers before I see what I am supposed to read. Additionally, by doing away with all of the previous recipients, their email address isn't going to land on an infected computer that is skimming all of the email addresses and using them for spam.

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Icannot open my inbox


well, i od need a bit more information. however, i have experienced some problems with yahoo, so ill just go ahead and see if i can help.

my problem was when you go to log in, it tells you you have the incorrect user/pass. and then when you go to reset the account your somehow logged in.
its a bit odd, but it should make scene after i go into detail.

1) go to log in and have it tell you the user / pass is incorrect.
2) re enter your username / password and fill in the security code
3) when prompted, go to reset password.
4) look up at the top, it should say Hi (indicating your logged in)
5) now go back to mail.yahoo.com
6) you should now be in your inbox
7(optional): create a new email (i recommend gmail - and forward all your emails there)

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Use the forward button at the top of your screen, and forward them back to your inbox.

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In yahoo mail inbox page screen reader problem is appearing


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I have a problem not to receive messages?


The best thing to do first is check with the sender to make sure that they actually sent the message.
If they have sent it, here's a list of conditions that will stop that email from getting through to you. If any of them describes your situation, you'll find instructions on how to resolve the issue just below. Hopefully, one of these will do the trick!
Incorrectly typed email address
Is the sender using your correct email address? Just one mistyped letter will cause an email to go to the wrong address or make it undeliverable. Ask them to double-check that they entered your address correctly.
Sender's email not functioning properly
Can this sender successfully send messages to other people? The problem could be on their end, with sending. Ask them to check.
Inbox needs refreshing ( Yahoo! Mail Classic)
New email often arrives while you're writing or reading another email. The all-new Yahoo! Mail updates your Inbox for you, so if you use it, you'll always see new mail when it arrives. But in Yahoo! Mail Classic, you won't see this new mail in your Inbox until you Refresh or Reload the page, or return to the Welcome Screen, or click Check Mail.
Note: Yahoo! Messenger shows an alert each time a new email arrives.
One of your filters could be directing the email into a folder
If you've set up filters, the message from this sender might be going directly to a different folder from your Inbox. Here's how to check your filters:
  • Click Options in the upper-right, and select More Options.
  • Click Filters.
  • See anything that might be capturing the mail you've been looking for?
  • Note: Messages in Trash can be deleted at any time. Once messages are deleted, they're gone forever, and can't be retrieved.
You're forwarding your mail to another email address
If you're forwarding your mail, it's going to another email address. Here's how to check:
  • Click Options in the upper-right corner of the page, and select More Options.
  • Under "Management", click POP Access & Forwarding.
  • Is the lower half of the page (Forwarding) selected? If so-and if you would like to discontinue it:
  • Click the radio button for "Web and POP Access" at the top of the page.
  • Click Save.
You're blocking this user
The sender's address might be on your Blocked Addresses list. Mail from blocked senders doesn't arrive or bounce-it's simply discarded. Here's how to check your Blocked Addresses list:
  • Click Options in the upper-right corner of the page and select More Options.
  • Under "Spam", click Block Addresses.
  • Scan the list for the address of the sender. If you see it, click it, then click Remove Block.
There's a delay in delivery
Messages are usually delivered within a few minutes. Very rarely, they are delayed while in transit. This is usually due to problems on the sender's mail server, heavy Internet traffic, or routing problems. Unfortunately, aside from waiting, there's no way to know whether a message has been delayed or whether it has been rendered undeliverable. If a sender can re-send it, have them do that.
No matter what the cause, the best solution is to ask the sender to re-send the message.

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You have to form a new email list or folder and transfer them into it. Whatever email program you are using, just set up a new folder in your contact list and copy/paste the names to it.

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Want yahoo mail sent to my MSN mail inbox


I guess what you mean is how you can import your messages to MSN mail box. You can only import or export your contacts vice versa.

The easy way although quite tedious is to go to your inbox and forward the messages to your email address in your MSN mail.

e.g open your inbox ....... click the message and open it.
click the forward button and type in your MSN email address and click send.

Another quicker way although not tested is to convert your yahoo email to the yahoo classis email. it has better features to forward many messages simultaenously

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