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Old February 26th 07, 06:51 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
jpampinella
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My boss has forwarded me an e-mail with a number of contacts to put in our
distribution list. Since it's a forwarded e-mail, the contacts appear in the
body of the text, and I can't right click to find more info.

I can cut and paste the e-mail addresses individually and paste to our
distribution list; however, many of the e-mail addresses are shown as display
names - not e-mail addresses. Is there any way to access the e-mail address
from the display name if it's located in the body of the e-mail?

Thanks...
Julie
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Old February 26th 07, 08:37 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]
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Default copying e-mail addresses (display names) from body of e-mail

Not if he forwarded the message. He's stripped out the information you would
need to create a DL.
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My boss has forwarded me an e-mail with a number of contacts to put in our
distribution list. Since it's a forwarded e-mail, the contacts appear in
the
body of the text, and I can't right click to find more info.

I can cut and paste the e-mail addresses individually and paste to our
distribution list; however, many of the e-mail addresses are shown as
display
names - not e-mail addresses. Is there any way to access the e-mail
address
from the display name if it's located in the body of the e-mail?

Thanks...
Julie



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Old February 26th 07, 08:40 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
Brian Tillman
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Default copying e-mail addresses (display names) from body of e-mail

jpampinella wrote:

I can cut and paste the e-mail addresses individually and paste to our
distribution list; however, many of the e-mail addresses are shown as
display names - not e-mail addresses. Is there any way to access the
e-mail address from the display name if it's located in the body of
the e-mail?


Cut and paste is all you have. If the message contains only display names,
then that's all there is.
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Brian Tillman

 




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