Collect Email Addresses from Anywhere!
You can easily build your mailing list by using Email Address Collector to extract email addresses from emails, entire email folders, Office documents, PDF files and various other sources. Once extracted, you can save the email addresses (and optionally their alias names) to the Windows Clipboard or to a CSV file and you can import this file to your preferred program: Outlook distribution list, Microsoft Excel or any popular mail merge application such as MailChimp or Easy Mail Merge.
Supported Extraction Sources
Email Address Collector can filter and collect email addresses from the following Windows email clients and file types:
|Extract Email Addresses From||Supported Source Versions|
|Microsoft Outlook folders & emails||Outlook 2000 or newer, including Outlook 2019|
|Microsoft Outlook Contacts / distribution lists||Outlook 2000 or newer, including Outlook 2019|
|Mozilla Thunderbird folders & emails||Thunderbird 2.0 or newer, including Thunderbird 68|
|Microsoft Office files (DOC, XLS, DOCX, XLSX, etc)||Office 2000 or newer, including Office 2019|
|Outlook Express||5.0 or higher|
|Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail||Windows Vista or newer|
|Adobe PDF documents||non-encrypted PDF files only|
|plain text files||TXT, CSV, HTML, etc|
Email Address Extractor – Advanced Filters
To help you obtain a clean mailing list, Email Address Collector offers a variety of extraction filters. You can choose to extract email addresses by excluding or including email folders, email content or subject keywords, domain names, sender names, date/time stamps, nature (robot-like or not), etc. The email address extraction engine also automatically eliminates duplicates. Email Address Collector is simply the most advanced email address extractor software.
For example, you can define a filter that lets you extract email addresses from Outlook emails stored in a certain Outlook folder, received from “firstname.lastname@example.org”, received between 1st of March 2012 and 27th of July 2012, with the email subject “web form” and excluding spam-like email addresses. Email Address Collector will scan and extract the email addresses that match this criteria, then it will eliminate duplicates and so you will obtain a ready-to-use mailing list that can be saved as a generic CSV file. You can then open the CSV file with Microsoft Excel or import it to your email marketing software.
You’d expect Outlook to know how extract all the addresses from an e-mail message into your contacts list, but it can’t do anything of the kind. Enter Email Address Collector, which scours all the messages in an Outlook folder (or almost anything else) for addresses that it can add to your Outlook address book. PC Magazine