How to add a list of emails address into address book?


Does anyone have any suggestions on how to add a list of emails address into
address book?
When someone sends me a group email, I would like to add all email address
for this group into my address book rather than click and add each email
address one by one. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to do it under
Microsoft Outlook?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Eric


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Does anyone have any suggestions on how to add a list of emails address into
address book?
When someone sends me a group email, I would like to add all email address
for this group into my address book rather than click and add each email
address one by one. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to do it under
Outlook Express?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
Eric





In Outlook 2007 when I copied a list of email addresses from the "To" field in an email and then pasted it in the email body, it would paste only a list of names, without email addresses.

But in Outlook 2010, there seems to be no way to replicate that functionality. Now, the paste option pastes the list as name along with email address like:

Tom Smith <tom_smith@company.com>; Albert Shaw <al_shaw@company.com>

How can I paste so that I see only: Tom Smith; Albert Shaw




We have tried to create a list of email addresses from our exchange server
and get it to work for some reason. Does anyone have a easy way to do this.
We have tried Ldifde and csvde and dont get the output we want.

Thanks




I need to create a message rule that moves all emails from a list of
business contacts to a business folder. Is there an easy way to import a
list of email addresses to the rule or do I have to enter one address at a
time?

I know that I can choose, one by one, from the address book, but there are
about 100 addresses and it would be nice if I could magically cut and paste
them all at once!




How do I extract and save a list of email addresses in certain folders in
Outlook? I am in a discussion list for chiropractors and I save all the
email messages in a folder in Outlook. I want to extract all the various
email addresses from other chiropractors and save the list of email addresses
in a word document. Thanks. Grady




How do I extract and save a list of email addresses in certain folders in
Outlook? I am in a discussion list for chiropractors and I save all the
email messages in a folder in Outlook. I want to extract all the various
email addresses from other chiropractors and save the list of email addresses
in a word document. Thanks. Grady




Hi

My manager exported his block sender list in to text file.

Now he wants me to add them in to server Block sender list (Antispam tab)
How to add more than 1000 emails addresses in to "sender filtering"  "Block sender" list with one go.

Regards,




At some point in the past, someone in the office has put a large number of
email addresses into a message, and has ever since been using it as a sort of
ad hoc distribution list - by constantly re-forwarding the message. I want to
copy all those addresses into a proper distribution list. Or make a contacts
folder containing just those email addresses. Is this possible?




At some point in the past, someone in the office has put a large number of
email addresses into a message, and has ever since been using it as a sort of
ad hoc distribution list - by constantly re-forwarding the message. I want to
copy all those addresses into a proper distribution list. Or make a contacts
folder containing just those email addresses. Is this possible?




How can I programmatically get a list of all users I can send “On Behalf Of” or “Send As”.

I have written a C# Winforms program that allows users to send emails via the Outlook Object Model. I allow users to “Send As” another user if they have permission to do so. I do this using the SentOnBehalfOf property on the Email Item (I believe this corresponds to PR_SENT_REPRESENTING_NAME).

Being the nice guy I am I thought it would be nice to give the user a dropdown list of other users they can “send as” and “send on behalf of”. This allows me to pre-validate the value of “SentOnBehalfOf”  and prevent failure to send.

I’ve got the list of users who have delegated me using Active Directory and the publicDelegatesBL property. But this doesn’t appear to give a definitive list.

I’ve noticed the following:

1.    If another user makes me a delegate by adding an AD group which I am member of to their delegate list (in Outlook), they do not appear in my publicDelegatesBL property.
2.    At one client the publicDelegatesBL property, which is a collection contained something other than the string I was expecting. I have not been able to reproduce it or work out what it was. Initially I thought it may have returned an AD group object, but I haven’t been able to replicate that in my testing.
3.    In addition to delegates users can also be granted “Send As” on another mailbox via Active directory. I found information about getting a list of people who can “Send As” me by looking at my mailbox permissions, however I cannot work out how to get a list of users I can “Send As”.

I’d really like some information on:

-    All the different ways that I can get permission to send on behalf of another person. I’m really confused and can’t find a definitive list anywhere.
-    Any variations on this process between Exchange Versions.
-    What can I expect back in the publicDelegatesBL property collection?

My application:

-    Has to run on the client, not the Exchange Server.
-     Must support multiple versions of Exchange
-    Supports Outlook 2003/2007/2010 for sending.

Any help would be very gratefully received.




I, like Kim, am trying to import a list of contacts into Outlook as a
distribution list (I think Outlook calls it a "group.") I have a csv file in
the format specified. My first problem is when I get to "select a
destination folder," I don't know where to send them. It defaults to
"contacts," but the NEXT button is grayed out. There is a button that says
"change destination" but I don't know where to send it. I created a new
group called "classroom" but I don't see it listed anywhere under possible
destination folders. Anybody done this before?




Objective: I would like to create a list of the sender email addresses of
messages that I have received over the past year to use in redesigning my
email processing rules. I need ACTUAL email addresses NOT DISPLAY names to do
this.

Background: I have an "Old Mail" folder which contain all of the messages
that I have received, and I attempted to create a custom view of this folder
by using just the "From" field of the messages within this folder. The
problem is that the "From" field shows "Display" names rather than actual
email addresses. I can not use display names in creating email rules unless
the Display name is saved within my contact folder. I don't want to create a
contact file for every sender so only a small fraction of these display names
are withing my contacts. Besides .... display names are not unique ...some
companies use the same display name regardless of the sender function ... for
example "American Express" is displayed whether the email is for advertizing
or notifying account status.

Help Needed ... is there a way to create a list of the actual sender email
addresses using received messages?




I would like to be able to replace a list of addresses in an email's To: line
with a text literal. For example, I would like "Production Department" to
appear in place of all the members of the production department, whether I
listed them individually or used a distribution list.




Hello,

I have a question. How can I ADD an set of categories to an already existing
Master Category List.
I know how I can create/migrate a Master Category List (make .reg-file and
import this reg-file), but I want to ADD a set of categories (namely
categories defined by the management of our company for the purpose of
reporting) to an existing set.

And ... it must be end user-friendly ... (clicking on a reg-file is end
user-friendly :-))

But the problem is importing the reg-file replaces the Master Category List,
and does not add categories ... .

Any help greatly appreciated

Pieter




Hi All,

What is the simplest way to output a list of email addresses of the members of a distribution group?

I'm a total noob so forgive me if this is a dumb question. I searched the forums and the web and couldn't find a reference to this without doing a lot of custom scripting.

I have setup up a bunch of contacts  in exchange and have them associated with varying distribution groups. I want to output a list of these members with their smtp email (primary for the contact).

Please help!




Hi,

Is there any way in which you cant produce a list of email addresses that
are currently in the organisation?

Reason for asking this is the fact that our marketing department want to
know what email addresses we currently have asigned to staff and want me to
produce a list of all email addresses for the company and the fact that there
are over 150 staff on site it will be a bit of a nightmare, so if anyone has
any ideas of how to accomplish this then i would be most grateful

Regards
Neil P




I have about 50 individual emails and would like to make a list of those
email addresses to send out other emails to those people.
Is there anyway that outlook can create an excel sheet or group with a
command, instead of dealing with each individual email.

Does this make sense?

Outlook 2003
Windows XP

Thank You
Meg




I'd like to add a list of events to do in the future for a contact. For
example, I make a sale and want to add a list of things to make sure I do.
Things like give them a call three days, thirty days and eleven months later.
Anybody know how I can add a list things that it will remind me to them when
they become due?




I have about 50 individual emails and would like to make a list of those
email addresses to send out other emails to those people.
Is there anyway that outlook can create an excel sheet or group with a
command, instead of dealing with each individual email.

Does this make sense?

Outlook 2003
Windows XP

Thank You
Meg