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hello all,

what is the fast way to create distribution list and pull email address from all email i sent in outlook? suggested contact not goes over all mailbox.

Best Regards,

Asaf
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Question by:Robert-Prodigy
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There are several ways to do this, but try this:
1, Navigate to sent items folder
2. Create a view to just show "to" or whichever fields you want to see
3. Select the items and copy
4, Paste into an excel ss
5, clean up and remove duplicates as necessary
6. Select the email addresses and Copy once more
7. Click to create a new contact group in Outlook
8. Name the group
9. Click to add members (doesn't matter which source you choose)
10 Paste the email addresses into the lower area of the dialog box where it says "members"
11. Save and close
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