Advanced Email Extractor
The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 2.9
Advanced Email Extractor is a nifty application that will grab e-mails from URLs. The application is extremely easy to use, but is lacking a lot in the stability department. This could be only my case, but the application was terrible in terms of reliability. But before, let me tell you about what it does. When you find a website full of e-mail addresses that you might need for purposes other than spamming, you need to grab them one at a time, using the copy/paste procedure. That takes a lot of time. Instead, you can simply load the URL on this application and let the program do all the hard work for you, so that you can go straight to not spamming. Advanced Email Extractor will grab all the e-mails on the website that you want, and from websites that are linked therein. So, you can specify a depth level for it to grab links. If you go with 5, for example, it will follow 5 links from each of the links on the main page and grab the e-mails from all those websites. The process can take a long, long time. And in my case, the application crashed whenever the e-mails were a lot.
- Great for extracting several e-mails at once.
What's new in version 3.1
Multi language interface in MS Office 2007 style;
330 search engines from 36 countries
two HTML parsers — Microsoft parser and built-in parser
scripting technology to process found emails on fly
flexible limiters of scanning range
What's new in version 2.9
Compatible with Windows VISTA
AEE has various limiters of scanning range, using which you can extract only the addresses you actually need from web-pages, instead of extracting all the addresses present there. You can not only limit scanning depth and width, you also can cut off unnecessary paths using patterns or just delete them from jobs list during operation. AEE is very flexible and may be used to extract e-mail addresses with owners real names from "simple sites" as well as from web-forums built on scripts and from servers like ZDNet. Also you can use popular search engines (Google, Bing, Excite, Yahoo, InfoSeek and others, including UK, German, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Taiwanese, Chinese, Hong-Kong, Dutch, Brazilian, Portuguese, Finnish, Canadian, Danish, Russian, Czech, Israelitish, Greek, Australian, New Zealand and Estonian engines) for search by keywords.
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