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Outlook 2003/Exchange 2003

By trahim ·
Is there a way to extract email addresses from the Inbox folder of Outlook 2003 without opening each email individually? Perhaps a script or maybe some Outlook feature...

A user has over 50,000 emails but does not have those email addresses anywhere else. Deleting an email would also delete the contact for her.


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Move e-mail to Contacts folder

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Outlook 2003/Exchange 200 ...

Copying an e-mail to the Contacts folder will automatically create a contact.

Sort the e-mails by sender first, and select one from each sender. Right-click the selections, choose 'Move to folder', then select the Contacts folder. Repeat for the Sent Items folder if necessary. Make the user do it so she a) learns how and b) learns there are consequences for not properly managing e-mail in the first place.

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