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How do I export addresses of members of a Google Groups group that I am a member of?

The manager did not limit the possibility of viewing the list of members, And I can see the list at:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!members/GROUPNAME

but there was no possibility of exporting!

This is how it looks.
Only when you click on the broken address, This shows the address in full.

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Is there any way to export the list anyway?

  • Welcome to webapps. An easy way would be to view the page source and extract them from there. On the other hand you could use one of the many online available "Email extractors" for free. Please let us know if you find the suggestions useful so I can write a proper answer about it. – marikamitsos May 16 at 0:31
  • Thanks for the response. Through the page source I've tried already, but it was not possible. I'd love to hear about other ways. Thanks! – SIM May 16 at 0:56
  • "... it was not possible". May I ask why? Could you save and share a text copy of the source? Can you get any results from the "Email extractors"? – marikamitsos May 16 at 1:01
  • The address is displayed only after the member's name is clicked. Therefore, only the addresses of friends who click on them will be saved in the page source. – SIM May 16 at 1:13
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The Google Groups' members email export feature is only available for group owners and administrators not for members.

I never tried to use web-scrapping techniques to get email form a Google Group members page but Google recently announced that they changed Google Groups settings in order to improve the privacy and security of them. Considering this I think that it will be harder than before for regular members to get the email addresses of the other members of the group.

The easier solution is to ask the group owner/administrator to export the email address for you.

  • Thank you. I know this feature is only available for group owners and administrators. But I'm looking for an idea how to export anyway... – SIM Jul 8 at 13:52

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