Wts Ultimate Email Collector is a tool whereby you simply copy an entire page full of information from any file type and paste it into the interface and click Collect. The tool will immediate scan the page and pick out every single email address
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:29
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Have you ever wished for a tool to automatically collect email addresses from any file (.txt, .doc, .docx, .eml, .html, csv, .xls , .xlsx etc) instead of having to manually search out every individual instance of a mail ID and copy-paste it to where you want to save it?
It's a long and tedious job, believe me. We have spent much good time doing exactly so. But, here's the good news! We got so fed up with the whole, nasty process that we decided to sit and create a small program to automate the whole process and get some peace of mind. And so, We present the Wts Ultimate Email Collector.
Since I know how frustrating this tedious task can be. And how frequently the need can arise, We have decided to make this small available for free download without restriction.
The Wts Ultimate Email Collector is a tool whereby you simply copy an entire page full of information from any file type and paste it into the interface and click Collect. The tool will immediate scan the page and pick out every single email address on it. So, if you are surfing and see a page from which you want to pick up email ID's, simply copy and paste it into the interface. Or you may have an email message that has a number of Email ID's that you would like to pick out, just repeat the process described above.
At the end of it all, simply click the Save button. Once a file is saved, you can add more email ID's that you collect subsequently to the same file by clicking Add to File.
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