Question: I just upgraded to 3.7.2, and when I process a file, the resulting "valid.txt" file takes a long time to appear. Sometimes, it takes minutes, and then I wonder if it's even going to show up. This has never happened with previous versions. Please help. Thanks.
Answer: I guess you mean appearing on the Finder, very likely on the Desktop. If so this is a system issue, try to create an 'output' folder on your Desktop and save eMail Extractor result files to that folder. That will be instantaneous.
Answered by Stan Busk on Thursday 15th of February 2018
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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.
eMail Extractor is perfect for building your customer e-mails list using your mailbox files.
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