Adding reciepients to address book

Posted on 2005-05-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
Is it possible to add the reciepients of all the mails in the sent items folder to contacts afterwards. Not by using the "Automatically add..." as mails are sent but to fill the contact list with the few hundred reciepients that I have already mailed to. I am using Outlook XP and am not interested in adding them all one by one.
Question by:superc0ntra
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    Take a look at this Q:

    BlueDevilFan built a process that will take the recipients of a given Mail item (must be active) and create Contact items
    out of them.  I took what he built and added some enhancements (such as adding Company, and the ability to review the
    list before the Contacts actually get created).

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    Author Comment

    Thanks, it's definitely a start. I'll try to get it to iterate through the sent mail and activate each one before the rest of the code is run.

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