Also known as a mailing list, is a collection of email addresses. You can use distribution lists to send an email message to several people at one time. The list can contain a few addresses, or many. All email systems provide ways to create, manage, and send to distribution lists, but the commands, options, and capacities vary on each system. Furthermore, lists housed on specific systems are unavailable for shared use on other systems.
If you need to send messages frequently to a fixed group of recipients, you can define a distribution list and use it when sending a message. You can define up to 6 distribution lists with up to 10 recipients each. The phone sends a text message to each recipient separately.
A list of two or more voicemail users to whom messages are sent simultaneously.
Distribution List is a user-defined groups of persons contained in the Address Book who are refered to as a single entity.
A group of email addresses that can be used to send a message to all members of the group. Whenever a message is addressed to the name of list, the message is routed to all of the members.
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a list of recipients and their e-mail addresses grouped under one alias
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a type of mailing list in which only the list owner can post messages to the list members
See public distribution list.
A set of users, resources, and nicknames specified as message recipients.
A group of recipients addressed as a single recipient. Administrators can create distribution lists that are available in the Address Book. Users can create distribution lists and add them to their personal address books.
A list of contacts who have indicated they wish to be updated whenever your contact list is modified.
A software program running on an e-mail server, which maintains a list of the e-mail addresses of all those who subscribe to the list. When one of the list members posts an e-mail to the distribution list, it is automatically redistributed to all distribution list members - thus supporting one-to-many communications. Distribution lists provide the most accessible and lowest cost form of group interaction which can be used to support collaborative learning.
With an email distribution list, you can send the same message to dozens, or hundreds, of people at the same time. Promote products or sales, send out business tips, or keep your business fresh in their minds.
A distribution list is a collection of contacts (contact: Person, inside or outside of your organization, about whom you can save several types of information, such as street and e-mail addresses, telephone and fax numbers, and Web page URLs.) . It provides an easy way to send messages to a group of people. For example, if you frequently send messages to the marketing team, you can create a distribution list called Marketing Team that contains the names of all members of the marketing team. A message sent to this distribution list goes to all recipients listed in the distribution list. Recipients see their own names and the names of all other recipients on the To line of the message instead of seeing the name of the distribution list. You can use distribution lists in messages, task requests, meeting requests, and other distribution lists.
A group of recipients created to expedite mass-mailing of messages and other information. When mail is sent to a distribution list, all members of that list receive a copy.
MAPI address book object that represents a set of individual recipients addressed as a group and that implements the IDistList interface. Distribution lists can contain other distribution lists and individual recipients. A distribution list is one of two types of MAPI address book objects: either an object that can receive messages or a mail user object.
A list of email addresses which are chained together and given a nickname so that you can send one message to a group of recipients. Sometimes called a mailing list.
A distribution list (DL) is a collection of recipients commonly addressed together as a single recipient. A DL makes it easier and more convenient to manage and address multiple recipients. Administrators can create DLs that are available in the address book. Users can create DLs and add them to their personal address book.
A group of recipients to whom users can refer by a common name (for example, a distribution list called Marketing). When users address a message to a distribution list, all members of the distribution list receive the message.
a group of contacts to whom you want to send the same email message.
A list of e-mail addresses of members of a group which can be used to easily forward a copy of an e-mail message to all members of the group. After Louise entered the names of her ski club members onto a distribution list, she would e-mail to each club member a summary of the current ski conditions on a weekly basis. It is important to check your e-mail client software to see if it supports distribution lists for sending mail to many people at once.
A list of recipients on an e-mail mailing list. This can be in the form of either a mailing list program, such as LISTSERV, or an alias in an e-mail program for all recipients of an e-mail message.
Distribution list is a term sometimes used for a function of email clients where lists of email addresses are used to email everyone on the list at once. This can be referred to as an electronic mailshot. It differs from a mailing list, electronic mailing list or the email option found in an Internet forum as it is usually for one way traffic and not for coordinating a discussion.