Email Extractor 6.7
Automatically copies all the email addresses included in local files or in your mailbox. The tool works with a wide variety of document formats such as PDF, HTML, HTM, PHT, RTF, TXT, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, etc. It exports the data as CSV files and requires Java in order to work.
Email Extractor is a multilanguage utility that is designed to help us extract e-mail addresses from multiples files/websites/documents, etc, although when I tried to drag/drop and extract e-mail addresses from an active webpage, and also from my address book from my online e-mail address, it did not produce any positive results. This extractor worked very well after I dragged/dropped an HTML document, and also a Word file, that contained duplicated e-mail addresses, from my desktop. Both the information displayed and the resulting files were very accurate, and it detected the duplicated addresses. The user interface can be switched into English, Spanish, German, Dutch, French, Italian, and Japanese. There are several disadvantages that makes very difficult to evaluate this program. For example, this program constantly stops working altogether, and this is not due to the lack of memory space because I could go on working with any other applications. There is also a nagging window for 5 seconds on startup. What I found more disturbing was the fact that I had to use the CTRL+ALT+END hot key to terminate the process and exit this program. In addition, the reminder window, which informs us about the trial version limitations, pops up continuously, even though we are far from reaching the limits. The free evaluation version can only extract 100 e-mail addresses.
- Free trial
- Uninstall option
- It constantly freezes itself
- Nagging window for 5 seconds on startup
- The limitation reminder pops up continuously, even though we are far from reaching the limits
- We must use the CTRL+ALT+END hot key to terminate the process and exit the program