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outlook 2002 extracting email addresses

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by mruss, Feb 5, 2009.

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  1. mruss

    mruss Thread Starter

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    Does anyone know how to automatically save email addresses of messages in Outlook that are responded to, or put in another folder?I have windows xp.
     
  2. VistaRookie

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    According to this site, it can't be done within Outlook.
    You'll have to look around for some kind of plug-in.
    http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/ol2002/missing.htm

     
  3. mruss

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    thanks, I will look at this site for info. The problem is not future contacts(email addresses) but previous email address from sent mail in outlook and the archive folder.that I want to save to a file for future mailings..Apparently 2002 outlook is the problem. Do you or anyone know of a program that can do this ?
     
  4. VistaRookie

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    To do that automatically? No, I don't know of a program.
    I think you might be stuck doing it manually by opening each
    email and clicking to add the name/address to address book.
     
  5. mruss

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    thanks,did not want to do that.over 1000 emails . Let me know if you ever hear of anything to extract the emails from outllok 2002...
     
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