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Extracting email addresses from the CC field in outlook that has the individual address "behind" a name

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Hello there:

In Outlook when I recieve an email sometimes there are a bunch of other email-address in the CC field.  Some of these addresses are plain email addresses and some of them are people's names.  To see these addresses I have to manually click on the individual names and then a window pops up with the person's name, email, etc.

Is there a way to automatically go inside an email and extract all these email addresses, whether they are in plain view or behind a name as described above...??

I have no vb (or any programming) experience so any help in this will be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

--D.
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Hello driven13,

You can use a third party program like Email Extract Collector to extract the addresses from Outlook emails
http://www.snapfiles.com/get/eac.html

Hope this helps!
war1
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by:driven13
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War1:

Thanx for the reply.

That did the trick.

Regards,

--D.
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You are welcome, driven13.
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Isn't there a way to do it through Outlook and not have to install a 3rd-party solution?
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crchambers, you may want to ask your question in a new question.
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