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    Using copy paste to grab email addresses from the TO: address fiel

    Dear Lazza, Many thanks for that - much appreciated. Yes, it is good at least OL 2010 copies the whole darrrrn thing, otherwise I'd go bonkers correcting everything manually, especially for large lists. I have sent off some requests to update my VL version of MS Office Prof+ 2007 to...
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    import email addresses into a distribution list

    Dear Slips, Many thanks. Cheers. M
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    Using copy paste to grab email addresses from the TO: address fiel

    Dear Slipstick, Many thanks for this - much appreciated. I will do some research when day comes and some coin also. Pity Outlook 2007 doesn't do it, despite getting all the free updates to the programs. All the best, cheers and enjoy. Michael
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    import email addresses into a distribution list

    Dear Slippy, Many thanks for this that these and those - very helpful and would have taken a month of Y2Ks for me to sort it out by mice elf. I have tried doing both methods (at least my variation of them). However, I find the first a bit clunky, because my contact view has many column...
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    Using copy paste to grab email addresses from the TO: address fiel

    Dear Slipstick, Many thanks for this - much appreciated. I only have Office Professional volume licensing 2007, so will have to upgrade to 2010. My VL has 5 seats, but I only need one at the moment. Can you upgrade just one of the seats, or do you need to upgrade all 5 at the same time...
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    import email addresses into a distribution list

    Dear Larry, Many thanks again, and it is true that this is exactly what I wanted for a brand new email to go to all the contacts in a certain category. Perfect. Ta. However, I have another related question. What if you want to FORWARD an email, or send an extant email to all those in a...
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    Using copy paste to grab email addresses from the TO: address fiel

    Dear Slipstick, Many thanks for this, but it would be nice to see what Larry has to say re this. So, I will need to upgrade from Outlook 2007 to 2010 to be able to do the desired. Do you know what the upgrade cost would be, roughly? I have Office Professional 2010, 5 seats. All the best...
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    import email addresses into a distribution list

    Dear Larry, Many thanks for this - this is exactly what I wanted. I usually use the contacts folder. As an extension to this, what is the best way to do an email mail-merge, where you can send the same email to many different contacts, but in the "Dear (so and so)" address, the actual...
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    Using copy paste to grab email addresses from the TO: address fiel

    Dear Larry, Many thanks for this - it has helped me to understand the brain-damaged way Outlook behaves. You mention -= (Outlook 2010 will paste the name and address as .) What does this mean? Outlook pastes a (.) period? Or what. No compute for me. Many thanks. All the best...
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    import email addresses into a distribution list

    Dear Brian, Many thanks for this. Is there any way, when sending a normal email, that you can choose to send it too all contacts from the contact list that are in a certain category. The filter at the moment seems only to allow filtering on content, not on category. Many thanks...
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    Using copy paste to grab email addresses from the TO: address fiel

    Dear Brian (), Many thanks for your reply - I tried it and your last suggestion worked to some extent. That is, it only works if the email address is in the form joe.bloggs@isp.com in which case both the name and address columns are both the same, with the joe.bloggs@isp.com entry. If the...
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    Copying cc email addresses to Excel - does not copy the <joe.bloggs@isp.com>

    Dear All, When trying to copy email addresses from the to/cc/bcc section at the top of an email, if the email is in the format (example only) - Joe Bloggs <joe.bloggs@isp.com then even if you copy the whole line as shown above as it appears in the to/cc/bcc section of the email (even if I...
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