|I don't know if there is an Outlook-specific process to do this but here is what just worked for me:|
1 - Open the Distribution List
2 - Print it to a PDF (You can download free PDF creators from various websites - CutePDF & PDFCamp are just 2 examples. They install as "printers" on your system. When you "print" to them, they create a PDF file.)
3 - Copy all of the text from the PDF and paste it into Excel.
4 - In my case, it put both the names and the email addresses in
5 - Use Data...Text to Columns...Delimited...Space to leave the names in Column A and move the email addresses to Column B.
Hope that helps.