I send emails to news media and often the email is sent to several individuals at the same media outlet. Each person at one newspaper has the same email extension, for example - @timesherald.com.
For many years I had my address book set up with the name of the newspaper as the first name and the city/location as the last name; then on the email line I listed all of the contacts at that newspaper separated by a comma, for example - email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com.
This worked fine for YEARS, until several months ago when it became apparent that some intended recipients were not getting their emails. When I checked with our IT dept I was told that I had to create separate contacts for every email address. I have done this but it makes managing the list and groups very, very cumbersom.
Did something change? Is our IT dept misinformed? Is there a way to put multiple email addresses into one contact listing?
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