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