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Can I export, in one hit, email addresses from a mailbox, to a spreadsheet?
Trying to save myself from have to enter addresses one by one, either to contacts or spreadsheet.
Any advice greatly appreciated.
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Can I export, in one hit, email addresses from a mailbox, to a spreadsheet?
Trying to save myself from have to enter addresses one by one, either to contacts or spreadsheet.
Any advice greatly appreciated.
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From an entire MailBOX? or do you mean from a specific email message?
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Yes - MailBOX.. with approx 300 emails... is there a way of exporting those email address to a spreadsheet without havnig to manually type each one?
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I don't believe so... sorry.

You CAN drag/drop the email addresses into a spreadsheet though... much easier/faster than typing them all out IMO.
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Thank you anyway - appreciate your response.
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