If you are part of a contact group or distribution list in Microsoft Outlook, you can easily send an email to the whole group, but you are also always sent the email, unless you open up the + sign next to the group name and remove yourself. If you want to do this on a regular basis, it can be a nuisance to do this each time.
You can get round this by using a Quick Step.
First start an email in the usual way, address it to the Group, then remove your name from it. Make a copy (Ctrl + C) of what is now in the To box. Close the email without saving changes.
Then on the Home tab, in the Quick Steps group, click on the dialog box launcher.
Select Team Email, click Duplicate, then rename as required so instead of Copy of Team Email you give it an appropriate name.
In the To box, paste in the relevant email addresses. Click Finish. Click OK.
In my Quick Steps, I now have an icon saying Trainers not me as that is what I named my Quick Step. Every time I click on this icon, I can use it to send to everyone in the group excluding me.
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