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Advanced Email Extractor (AEE) is designed to extract e-mail addresses from web-pages on the Internet (using HTTP and HTTPS protocols) and from HTML and text files on local disks. AEE supports operation through a proxy-server and works very fast, as it is capable of loading several pages simultaneously, and requires very few resources. It is possible to launch AEE in a fully automatic mode through the command prompt. AEE has various criteria for scanning ranges; you can extract only the addresses you actually need from web-pages, instead of extracting all the addresses present. You can not only limit the scanning depth and width, you also can cut off unnecessary paths using patterns or just delete them entirely. 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. You can also use 330+ popular search engines (AltaVista, Excite, Yahoo, InfoSeek and others from 30+ countries) for search by keywords. Advanced Email Extractor is built on Microsoft Internet Explorer kernel and therefore features unmatched compatibility with all web-servers and has knowledge of all subtleties of HTTP and HTPS protocols. AEE works under Windows '95, Windows '98, Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000/XP with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 or higher installed. It will never go out-of-date, it just gets better and better, its capabilities will expand with every new release of Internet Explorer. The professional version of AEE supports ActiveX scripting for found emails processing and multi-search functions.

  

schedule emails

search channels

TERM PAPERS

speaking emails

 

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Advanced Email Extractor Pro: http://www.mailutils.com/download/aee/aeepro.zip

 

Search files for one or more search terms at the same time via a very friendly interface. Optionally search subfolders too! Just point to the folder you want to search, provide a list of search terms, then select SEARCH. Results of your most recent search are saved to a file called FOUND.TXT. If you want to view, edit, or save it as another name, you can do so after the search process is complete, or you can select View Last Search Results. There are also options to show the line number or found text in the found results. If you are searching for just a few terms in a few files, the process will take just seconds to complete, regardless of whether or not you used these additional features. However, use of the options to show the text and/or line number where the search term was found can significantly slow the search process (since the program then has to search the files line by line for each term). If you have thousands of search terms and/or thousands of files, the process can go from being a 20 minute routine to one that may take a few hours -- again, depending on the number of terms and/or files you are searching for, the size of each file, and, of course, the speed of your computer. 

PowerSearch: http://www.nstarsolutions.com/ps/powersearch.exe

 

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