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Extracting email addresses from csv file. (Read 694 times)
 Jul 26th, 2012 at 10:33pm
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Extracting email addresses from csv file.
There may be another way to do this but since I'm addicted to playing around with excel, this works for me so, I thought I would share anyway.

If you are like me, you may want to send emails via something other than your YaBB forum. If so, I have put together an excel workbook that will extract email addresses from YaBB's "yabbaddress.csv" file and save it as a new file without usernames.

Simply run the macro and it does it all.

It's not pretty and all fancy, but it works.

Note: This workbook and YaBB's "yabbaddress.csv" file must be located within the same folder on your PC.

v3
- simply extracts emails and saves new file without user names.
-Saves new file as "YaBB_Extracted_Emails.csv"
« Last Edit: Jul 27th, 2012 at 8:07pm by westwegoman »  
ExtractEmail_v3.zip (14 KB | 35 )
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Re: Extracting email addresses from csv file.
New file should handle as many addresses as you want. Still extracts user names but leaves it in a csv file. Dont know why I didn't do it like this the first time.
 
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