FXstyle Email Address Spider is a professional high speed targeted email extractor tool. It is designed to collect email addresses matching your query from the internet; you can start a search from any user specific web address - URL too.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:14
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Description: FXstyle Email Address Spider is a professional high speed targeted email extractor tool. It is designed to collect email addresses matching your query from the internet; you can start a search from any user specific web address - URL too. It does not depend upon any additional software the way that many email extractors depend on Internet Explorer. FXstyle Email Address Spider is a very fast program and supports multi-threaded page loading. It requires few machine resources while running.
FXstyle Email Address Spider provides a variety of filters for scanning web pages. You can limit the scanning depth and paths to html files. This program is flexible and easy to use. In most cases all that is needed to get results is to enter a valid URL.
With FXstyle Email Address Spider extracting addresses is as easy as using an internet search engine. Type in the desired keywords and it begins searching the web extracting email addresses from any page containing those words. With this tool, you can easily and quickly set up your own business mailing lists.
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