troubleshooting Question

Looking to copy a DL for an O365 meeting

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Gene KlamerusFlag for United States of America asked on
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Currently, I use web-based Outlook from the O365 suite.  O365 is our company standard and we have some cross-company integration that supports us seeing calendars as well.

This morning I had a meeting with a number of people from 2 companies, many of whom I don't have in my personal address book.  I want to send an email to all these people with information discussed in the meeting, but I can't see any way to get a copy of all the email addresses for the invitees (again, not my meeting) to do so.

Is there some tool/add-in that will harvest about 2 dozen names from multiple companies so that I can use that for the distribution list (to: and cc:) in an email.  I do not want to use the reply-to all, which automatically sets a number of items that aren't relevant or should not be on this email.

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