Display email addresses that have been sent to by a postfix server since the last mail log rollover

sed -n -e '/postfix\/smtp\[.*status=sent/s/^.*to=<\([^>]*\).*$/\1/p' /var/log/mail.log | sort -u
This assumes your mail log is /var/log/mail.log
Sample Output
foo@foo.com
foo2@foo2.com

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2009-02-19 19:38:36

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