For non-smsd emails or a mix of smsd and bubbler emails, you can create a Google Group and then email that group from Outlook.

To Create Google Groups:

In Google, go to the Waffle and select Groups.


Choose Create Group.  



Name your group (make sure to make it specific for your group), add members and group manager.

Add Privacy Settings:

 Add Roles:  

More about the roles:


By default, members with the owner role have all permissions for a group. Many of these permissions can be assigned to other sets of users. Review all member and content management permissions.

Only an owner can:

  • Delete a group.
  • Make another group member an owner.
  • Change another owner’s settings.
  • Export group messages using Google Takeout.

Only group owners and managers can change a group’s settings.

If you’re signed into a work or school account, for a given group, an administrator can remove some owner permissions, but not others:

  • Can remove—Post messages or add, invite, or approve new members.
  • Cannot remove—View members or conversations or contact other owners.

A group can’t be the owner of another group.

Administrators are automatically assigned the owner role for all groups in an organization, including groups that users create.


Assigning someone the owner role gives them the greatest control over the group, so we recommend keeping the number of owners low. 

By default, managers can do everything that owners can do except:

  • Delete the group.
  • Make another member an owner.
  • Change an owner’s role or subscription settings.

Group owners can set any permission to owner-only, further limiting what managers can do. However, managers always have the ability to adjust permissions to include managers.

A group can’t be a manager of another group.

By default, group members have basic permissions. Depending on the organization and group settings, these permissions might include viewing and posting to conversations and viewing members. Group owners and managers can add to or limit members’ permissions. Any permissions that are set for the member role are automatically given to managers and owners.

You can edit your members:

Now anyone can email and it will go to the people on the list.   The manager or owner of the list will need to keep it updated as people start/end with ESS.