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Putting Email address on a text file

by gocnet / October 29, 2004 12:22 AM PDT

Hi CNET Community,
I'm running W2K and Msoft OUTLOOK. I would like to get my email address contacts and put it in a TEXT file. Is there a way to do this ? When I select ALL, the AddressBook Menu would not allow me to copy ALL the list but only one address at a time.
Thanks in Advance.
gocnet

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Re: Putting Email address on a text file
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 29, 2004 1:40 AM PDT

I looked at this. I clicked on the contacts, then use the File, Export and Import. I was able to export to a Comma Seperated Values file and then write a small basic program to strip it down further. If you write code, you can do this.

Bob

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Re: Putting Email address on a text file
by gocnet / October 29, 2004 2:53 AM PDT

Thanks Bob. My friend showed me that trick after I posted the message.

But Thanks Anyway, I do appreciate your prompt response.

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