Extract e-mail addresses and other contact details from search engines, local files and LinkedIn, with this versatile piece of software
|Updated||Mar 20th 2017|
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|Crack Size||2.6 MB|
E-mail marketing is very important for those who wish to promote various products or services, but it is difficult to get started if you do not have a list of e-mail addresses available.
Email Extractor Software is a useful software solution that enables you to grab contact information from multiple sources and use them in your campaigns. It offers several useful features, but it seems to lack polish.
The application enables you to find contact information on the web using a preferred search engine, based on one or more keywords. The search engine can be set manually, but only one can be used at a time.
Of course, you also have the option of searching for email addresses on a particular domain, and you can set the desired scan depth or exclude subdomains.
The popular online service LinkedIn can also be scanned for contact info. You are allowed to select the categories you are interested in, as well as the geographical areas.
Lastly, should important contact information be stored in local documents, Email Extractor Software Crack is capable of scanning them and grabbing relevant addresses.
There are plenty of useful functions included in this program, but the visual presentation leaves a lot to be desired. The user interface is very outdated, and this may deter potential users.
Mind you, the application is easy enough to use, but those who are accustomed to modern-looking apps might no be happy with the software’s dated appearance.
All in all, Email Extractor Software is a handy utility that enables you to extract e-mail addresses and other contact information from a wide range of sources. It gets the job done, and it is not particularly difficult to use, but it would benefit from a modernized UI.
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