Outlook: Export Addresses From Sent Emails

Hey Guys -

My parents have a small business and they want to start an email campaign.  They want to send an email simply to all of their customers or people contacted in past time period.  Unfortunately, they don't have a database of these and as they aren't too into technology; haven't even saved them as contacts in Outlook.

In their shop, they have about a dozen computers which send email via multiple Outlook versions (03 - 13.). They connect using POP / SMTP accounts hosted by GoDaddy which I set up long ago.  They are set up to keep all email via PST, but only keep messages online / server-side for 2 weeks.

My question is: Does anyone know of a tool / script / macro which would scan all messages in the Sent Mail folder in Outlook / a PST and export all of the addresses into an Excel file, CSV, or similar?  All pre-2013 Outlooks do have N2K files, but due to various OS-reinstalls where these weren't always restored, they wouldn't have all the data desired.

If you have any ideas or suggestions, please let me know.

Thanks!
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BzowKAuthor Commented:
Thanks!

I tried that one which didn't work, but found this one that did!  I didn't even know apps like this existed - should have searched first.

Thanks!
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His answer didn't work, but led me on path to find one that did...
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