Group mailing should really be easier. In Gmail, it is.
With no effort on your part, Gmail will note the groups you mail frequently. When you compose a message to some members, Gmail will suggest the others.
Have Gmail Suggest Additional Recipients
When you mail people in groups — say, a team at work or some friends for cycling trips —, Gmail takes note. Later, as you start a message to one or more of the recipients often mailed together, it will suggest others from the group as additional recipients.
To include any additional recipients suggested by Gmail:
- Click the desired recipient under Also include:.
Have Gmail Detect Possibly Unwanted Recipients
Gmail will ask you whether you've meant a different recipient if you exchange them for another, similarly named person when addressing.
To accept an addressing suggestion by Gmail:
- Click the desired recipient under Did you mean:.
(Updated November 2011)