At my job, I organize large meetings (100+). At the end, I need a list of the email addresses of the people who accepted the invite. How do you export this list from Outlook on a Mac? I know it's possible on a Windows machine.

What I really want is some sort of Meeting > Right Click > Attendees > Accepted > Export

I'd even settle for Meeting > Right Click > Attendees > Accepted > Reply All

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This is not pretty, but it works.

  1. Create a search filter so you can easily select all the "Accepted: ${Event Name}" emails.
  2. Select them all.
  3. Right click and choose "Categorize" and choose any color you do not already use.
  4. Go to File -> Export
  5. Under "What do you want to export?" choose "Items in the category", then choose the color you chose in the previous step.
  6. Click "Continue"
  7. Save the .olm file some where you can find it.
  8. Rename the .olm file to .txt
  9. Open the .txt file in Excel
  10. Sort the first column alphabetically
  11. Scroll way down until you see the rows that start with ATTENDEE;PARTSTAT=ACCEPTED;
  12. Copy those rows to your favorite text editor
  13. Find and replace until you just have the email addresses. If your text editor support regex then you can set Find to ATTENDEE;PARTSTAT=ACCEPTED;CN=".*":MAILTO: and then leave the Replace field empty.
  14. Done.

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