Hi, I'm new to using Os X Mail as my primary email application. I've always used either pine for console based, or thunderbird. I'm trying to make a group mailing list for a university class I'm TA-ing for, and have a few questions. 1 - First off, I gather that all (or almost all) of Mail's addressing functions really come about through the Address book, right? So I should need to create a mailing list (group list) in the address book if I want to use it from within mail. Right so far? 2 - Here's the trick, it's obvious to me how you would go about making a group list in the address book provided each individual student already had an address book entry, but I don't have the slightest inclination to add all 25 students to my address book. What I really want to do is to create a single entry (contact), that has 25 email addresses associated with that I type in just once. I've tried doing this -- editing a single vcard and creating multiple email addresses in the 'work email' field of that vcard, but when I go to actually mail to that vcard, Mail reports it as a series of invalid email addresses. So here's the question -- is there an easy way within address book or mail to create a recipient with multiple email addresses, WITHOUT putting all of those individual email addresses in the address book as their own seperate vcards? I really hope there is, but for some reason, I can't find out how, within the documentation or within these forums. Right now I'm just copying and pasting from a spreadsheet the list of addresses into the bcc field of mail every time I want to write the class. Pretty clunky. Thanks for any help or ideas you can give!