Address Harvester extracts e-mail addresses from mailbox files. You can use this tool to create a list of the recipients or the senders of all mails stored in a mailbox. This is a convenient way to collect the addresses for a mailing or to get an overview of all the partners in a particular project. Do not use this program to send unsolicited mail this tool is supposed to support the administrators of mailing lists or newsletters, but it is under no circumstances intended for the distribution of junk or spam mails.
You can access the mailboxes many mail programs with Address Harvester. This tool collects mails from MBox files (MBX), a format, that is used by Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, Netscape and several other mail clients. If you have information stored in Microsoft Outlook (PST) or Outlook Express (DBX files), Address harvester provides access to those as well. And you can include e-mail addresses from text files to the consolidated list.
Address Harvester automatically removes duplicate mail addresses from the final list and with an exclusion list; you can remove addresses that are not supposed to show up in the list.
The use of Address harvester is quite simple. In the sources tab of the program, you add all the information sources: Select all the mailboxes Address Harvester should rip to create the final consolidated list. In this tab, you can select as well an exclusion file to provide a black list of all the addresses, which will not be taken over into the final list.
Then click the button Import in order to collect (extract, rip) the addresses from the mailboxes.
After this process has been completed, the addresses show up in the address tab. You can edit or remove the addresses here, if you like. Then, please save the list.
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