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Hi.
I have a list with approx 3000 mail adresses, a lot of them are double or even triple.
Looking for a program in which I can add those adresses so that everything is single and in alphabetical order.
Thx in forward.
Best regards from the netherlands
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  • Profile picture of the author professorrosado
    Don't know if it'll work .. but... why don't you try a yahoo mail account - first download their .csv file and then paste in your list...upload back....then in their contacts area you can have it find duplicate email addresses and remove them. Then you can export the "clean" file back to your desktop.

    It's free.
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  • Profile picture of the author jimmy69
    Anyone tried this email marketing?
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  • Profile picture of the author KaricS
    My favorite program is Outlook. I take all of my emails and just import them (from excel) and Outlook does the rest. Its really easy and simple.

    I recommend Outlook 2010 because I've showed a couple of my friends and they seem to like it.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jardine
      Originally Posted by KaricS View Post

      My favorite program is Outlook. I take all of my emails and just import them (from excel) and Outlook does the rest. Its really easy and simple.

      I recommend Outlook 2010 because I've showed a couple of my friends and they seem to like it.
      I have already tried it and it really works!
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    The best way to do this is to import them all into an excel spreadsheet. You can then use the 'sort' feature to sort the list into alphabetical order. You can then use the 'remove duplicates' feature to remove any email addresses that are listed more than once. It should take you all of a few minutes to do this.

    If you are not familiar with these features then just do a Google search as you will find many tutorials that teach you exactly how to do them.

    If you need a hand doing it you can PM me and I'll be more than happy to help you.
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    • Profile picture of the author lint631
      Originally Posted by WillR View Post

      The best way to do this is to import them all into an excel spreadsheet. You can then use the 'sort' feature to sort the list into alphabetical order. You can then use the 'remove duplicates' feature to remove any email addresses that are listed more than once. It should take you all of a few minutes to do this.

      If you are not familiar with these features then just do a Google search as you will find many tutorials that teach you exactly how to do them.

      If you need a hand doing it you can PM me and I'll be more than happy to help you.
      Nice tip. I was going to say excel and this is probably your easiest bet! You can even use excel in Google Docs (free).
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    • Profile picture of the author kenmichaels
      here this is faster then anything you guys were suggesting.

      its an exe. uploaded with a .zip extension.
      so just change ".zip" to ".exe"

      also. for some reason, superantispyware, says its spyware...
      its not i JUST compiled it.

      any way, its pretty useful.
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  • Profile picture of the author chzafar2012
    Use microsoft excel.select option "remove duplicates"
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