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Creating Address Groups in Classic WebMail

Last Updated: Thu, 06 Oct 2016 > Related Articles

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Learn how to create email address groups in Classic WebMail, otherwise known as distribution lists.


Address groups provide a convenient method of sending an email message to a group of recipients without typing each individual's address or finding and selecting each contact from Addresses.

Before beginning, make sure you are signed in to Classic WebMail.

  1. Go to webmail.cox.net.
  2. Enter User ID and Password.
  3. Click the Classic WebMail radio button.
  4. Click Sign In.

Not what you were looking for? See Using Cox Classic WebMail for more articles.

  1. From the WebMail Inbox, click Addresses.
  2. Under Addresses: All, click New Group.

    New Group
  1. From the New Group window, enter a name for your address group in the Name field.
  2. In the Description field, enter a description that helps you remember who is in the address group, or what the contacts have in common.

    New Group window
  1. Under Group Members, select the desired Contact to add to the new group. To select multiple contacts at once, press the CTRL key for Windows, or the Command key for Mac OS, while clicking on each name.

    Note: If no contacts display under Contacts, they cannot be added to a new contact group. The contacts must already exist in Addresses.

  2. Click Add.

    Group Members window
  3. Click OK.

    Result: A message displays stating the group has been created.

    Note: To remove a contact from the group, select the contact in the Members field and click Remove.

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