TS3276 I have a group of 114 members. is there a limit to the number of emails I can send from a group? If I choose this group it only seems to send to some of the people in the group. do I need to divide the group into smaller segments?

I have a group with114 member. Is there a limit to the number of members I can email at one time. do I need to make subgroups so everyone gets the information?

I'm not aware of any limitation in Mail, but many email providers have a limit on the number of addressees to help prevent spam. You might ask your email provider if they have a limit on how many addresses you can have in a single message.
Regards.

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