Function to Reflect Outlook Sender/ "From" in a Cell

bright_mind

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Is there a function or a way in excel where you can show the email address in an excel cell of the person who is the default sender/ "FROM" in outlook?

For example, if I send an email using my outlook at work, my email address shows as the default email in the "from" section in outlook. I'd like this email address to show in a cell in MS excel.

Reason:
I have created a generic email template in excel where at the bottom, it says, "if you have questions, please contact xxxx@email.com"

Several people are using this template in a shared drive and I'd like this cell to be dynamic depending on who is the person using the computer so they do not have to change this cell to enter their email address manually thus reducing any errors.
 

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