Designed to search files for e-mail addresses, Email Logger utilizes advanced search algorithms to extract e-mails from anywhere on your hard drive. It scans files of all types and finds thousands of new contacts.
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Description: Designed to search files for e-mail addresses, the program utilizes advanced search algorithms to extract e-mails from anywhere on your hard drive. It scans files of all types and finds thousands of new contacts. There are no any restrictions for Email Logger, it parses text, graphic, music and even executable files. Your hard disk may contain thousands of e-mail addresses that you're missing out on. These addresses can be found in Program Files, the Internet browser cache and many other places - but without gathering them, these resources go unused. You can collect thousands of addresses without ever having to connect to the Internet.
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