System-i Email Extractor
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Extract email addresses from text files.   Commercial ($9.99)
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System-i Email Extractor is a simple software package that allows you to extract email addresses from any text file, you can view they into a list and then you can export as text ONLY email addresses.

This little application is useful when you want to create personal mailing lists getting addresses from Web pages or email messages.

It's simple! Save your email message (or Web page) as text, then open the generated file with Email Extractor then export and all is done!
What's New
Version 1.2.4:
  • .xls and .xlsx files can now be processed
  • Improved addresses validation by syntax and DNS
  • Minor bug-fixes
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7.3 or later



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Strych9 commented on 05 Apr 2012
10$ ! Sorry but...

Just type this in a text editor which supports Regular Expressions

Before you can replace all
<
by r<

then

>
by
>r

Then extract lines



This regex can be enhanced, more precise some characters will be forbidden...
[Version 1.0.8]


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Ulyssesric commented on 05 Apr 2012
Bundle these PHP code above with Automator.app, and you'll get a free Email Extractor with Drag-and-Drop support.
* It can exclude address already present in the list.
* It can separate one address from another.
* Text encoding is irrelevant.
And you can amend the code to make it a System-Service compatible version; in that case, you can select some text in Safari and call System Service to extract all email addresses.
[Version 1.0.8]


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truthhurts reviewed on 20 Nov 2011
Interesting; I posted this previously but the comment was removed.

The main functionality of this can be replaced by a half-dozen lines of Perl. So I did so and packaged it as an Automator Workflow - enjoy.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2671909/get_email.zip
[Version 1.0.3]

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B.astard.33 replied on 21 Nov 2011
Your perl script may have been removed because it only carries out partially its duties: contiguous addresses, separated only by a coma on the same text line, are recognized as garbage (pure concatenation).
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System-I Snc (developer) replied on 23 Nov 2011
We appreciate constructive criticism, but we think that this is not one of those.
Your solution do not control if an address is already present in the list, our solution do it.
Your solution do not separate one address from another, our solution do it.
Your solution do not works with different encodings text, our solution do it.
We do not ask money for 5 lines of pearl that every dummy can do, but we work to make any of our solutions useful and complete. We ask a small fee for our work, so we can continue to do better.
There are currently no troubleshooting comments. If you are experiencing a problem with this app, please post a comment.


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Holypoly rated on 18 Dec 2011

[Version 1.0.5]



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@timi rated on 20 Nov 2011

[Version 1.0.3]


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Type:Utilities : AppleScript
License:Commercial
Date:06 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
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System-i Email Extractor is a simple software package that allows you to extract email addresses from any text file, you can view they into a list and then you can export as text ONLY email addresses.

This little application is useful when you want to create personal mailing lists getting addresses from Web pages or email messages.

It's simple! Save your email message (or Web page) as text, then open the generated file with Email Extractor then export and all is done!


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