GW8 and MS Office 2010

Our company recently send an emergency alert notice to all of our customers via email (GW8) Total sent was approx 17K emails. I have received approx 4K in returns for bad email address. My question is this: Is there a way to extract/export all of the return mail to Excel/Access/TXT doc.... anything where I do not have to copy/paste all 4K of these bad emails addresses?
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  • In article <alansimm29.5vace0@no-mx.forums.novell.com>, Alansimm29 wrote:
    > Our company recently send an emergency alert notice to all of our
    > customers via email (GW8) Total sent was approx 17K emails. I have
    > received approx 4K in returns for bad email address. My question is
    > this: Is there a way to extract/export all of the return mail to
    > Excel/Access/TXT doc.... anything where I do not have to copy/paste all
    > 4K of these bad emails addresses?
    >

    - See if that data is in the GWIA logs of that time period, and if so
    they should be extractable with some text manipulation tools. Essentially
    a datamining/reporting issue, so if you have a BI or Crystal Reports
    person handy, they might be able to help.
    - Formativ might have tools to help with such processing.
    http://www.advansyscorp.com/formativ.htm
    - Plan C, get an intern or other such person to do the grunt labour.


    Andy Konecny
    Knowledge Partner (voluntary SysOp)
    Konecny Consulting Inc. in Toronto

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