Chapter 16: Using Windows Mail, Calendars, and Contacts
Contact groups are meant to be used with Windows Mail. Keep in
mind that Windows Mail will list each individual email address, so
there is no way to hide the email addresses of the recipients.
Sending Contacts to Other People
In addition to using Windows Contacts to address email messages and store informa-
tion about people and organizations, you can also send contacts to other people. This is
useful if you want to send someone contact information about yourself or someone else.
There is no need to type a bunch of phone numbers, addresses, and other contact infor-
mation into an email message—just send them a contact with the information you want
to share by right-clicking the contact, pointing to Send To, and selecting Mail Recipient.
To send a contact to someone who is not using this version of Win-
dows, you may first need to export the contact to another format. If
you upgrade to Windows Vista from Windows XP, each contact in
your Windows Address Book will be automatically stored as a contact
in Windows Contacts.
Figure 16-12. Creating a contact group