Extract Emails -

"Extract Emails" snapshot

Find and extract email addresses and create mailing lists.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
get freefile
Price:
Freeware
File size:
610 Kb
Date added:
August 19, 2004
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Description from the Publisher
Extract Emails is intended for extracting email addresses from files and folders located on a PC or on the Internet, it lets you find all email addresses you have on your PC, extract only those of them you need, and place them to a plain-text file, which can be used by any email program or mass mailer. Extract Emails allows you to filter emails automatically while searching. Just define a powerful filter, which lets you specify the list of allowe
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