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General preferences - eMail Extractor User Guide

eMail Extractor

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4.- General preferences

You can modify eMail Extractor behavior using the preferences dialog, 'Preferences' menu:

General

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New paragraph Extraction (Set data to extract)
   - Try to extract e-mail owner's name (e-mail only by default)
   If activated eMail Extractor try to get e-mail owner name.
   Select the field delimiter from Tab (default), Comma, Colon or Semicolon.

New paragraph Bad emails (Bad e-mail detection)
   - Mark numeric addresses as bad (activated by default)
     If activated eMail Extractor will mark all numeric e-mails as bad

- Mark addresses more than xx chars. long as bad (activated by default)
     If activated eMail Extractor will mark all >xx characters long e-mails as bad

New paragraph Results files (Set output files)
- Select the output file format from 'Plain Text', 'VCard' or 'Microsoft Excel' .

- Merge results when several files selected (activated by default)
If activated only create one output file is created instead of one output file per input file.

- Create a separate file with all duplicate addresses (deactivated by default)
If activated eMail Extractor will create a file with all duplicates found.

- Include detailed information (deactivated by default)
If activated eMail Extractor will include detailed information for each address found duplicated.

- Create a separate file with all bad addresses (deactivated by default)
If activated eMail Extractor will create a file with all e-mails found bad.

- Include detailed error information (deactivated by default)
If activated eMail Extractor will include detailed information for each address found bad.

Rules

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eMail Extractor allows you to define customized rules in order to filter extracted e-mail addresses exactly the way you want. Use the rule editor to create, edit and delete your own rules. Using the Rule editor is quite straightforward. Just remember the following:

- Rules are made of three elements: a condition, a string and an action.
- A rule triggers its action as soon as its condition matches its string contents.
- If an e-mail address matches a rule, it is automatically marked according to this rule action.
- If a rule is matched all remaining rules get discarded.

Possible conditions are: contains, doesn't contain, is equal to, is not equal to, starts with, ends with.
Possible actions are: good and bad (mark as good or mark as bad)
The string can be whatever you want.

All rules can be activated or de-activated individually using each rule heading check box or all at once using the 'Activate all rules' check box.



Stan Busk Stan Busk
May 4, 2021






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eMail extractor is a very powerful and reliable tool to recover your customers e-mail addresses from your mailbox or contact files. eMail extractor is very fast, easy to use and multithreaded. eMail extractor retrieves absolutely all valid e-mail addresses from your files and generates an output file with only good and well formatted e-mails without duplicates.

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