How to export emails to Excel with date in Outlook?
In Outlook, we can export a folder as CSV file and then convert it to an Excel file. But have you ever tried to export emails to Excel based on date range? Here this article will introduce the methods of exporting emails from Outlook to Excel with the date.
In Outlook, you can list emails based on date range from search, then copy and paste them into Excel directly.
1. Select the specified folder you will export emails from, type search criteria received:8/20/2017..1/29/2018 into the Instant Search box, and then click Search > Current Folder to specify the search scope. See screenshot:
Note: In the search criteria received: received:8/20/2017..1/29/2018, 8/20/2017 and 1/29/2018 decide the certain date range you will export emails within, and you can change them as you need.
2. Then press Ctrl + A to select all listing emails, and then press Ctrl + C to copy them.
3. Open Excel, and select one cell from a sheet, press Ctrl + V to paste the emails. Now the subject, size and other information of each email are pasted in the worksheet.
4. Click File > Save to save the Excel file as you need.
If you want to export emails as separate Excel files based on a date range, you can apply Kutools for Outlook’s Save as File utility to solve this job.
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1. Type received:8/20/2019..1/29/2020in the Instant Search box to list all emails received in the date range 8/20/2019-1/29/2020.
2. Go ahead to press Ctrl + A to select all listing emails, and click Kutools > Bulk Save. See screenshot:
3. In the Save message as other files dialog, select one folder to save the exporting files, check Excel format option in Select save file format section, and you can choose the save contents in right section.
4. Click Ok.
5. Now a dialog box comes out and shows how many messages have been saved Please click the OK button to close it.
Now all messages in the date range have been saved as separated Excel files.
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