Instead of transmitting the same email numerous times to different people, you can create a group email that sends the same message simultaneously to different recipients. Group email is a standard feature in many email clients — such as Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird — and online email accounts, such as Google Gmail and Yahoo Mail. To create a group email, you need the email addresses of all the recipients. Although different email clients and accounts use different nomenclature to describe the process, it is essentially the same across the major platforms.
Set Up an Email Client
Launch your email client, select the New Group or New contact Group option and enter a name for the group. Add the members from your list of contacts and save the information. To send an email to the group, enter the name of the group in the “To” field of your email message.
Add a Group Email to Your Email Account
Sign in your email account, access the Contacts section and then select the New Group option. Enter a name for the group, add the members of the group and then click Save. Enter the name of the group in the “To” field of the Compose window to send an email to the group.