Successor of Advanced Email Extractor 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.
This is a brilliant tool and first from all email extractors present at the market. Emex 3 supports operation through a proxy-server and works very fast, as it is able of loading several pages simultaneously, and requires very few resources.
Emex 3 has various limiters of scanning range, using which you can extract only the addresses you actually need from web-pages, instead of extracting all the addresses present there. You can not only limit scanning depth and width, you also can cut off unnecessary paths using patterns or just delete them from jobs list during operation. Emex 3 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. Also you can use popular search engines (Google, Bing, Excite, Yahoo, InfoSeek and others, including UK, German, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Taiwanese, Chinese, Hong-Kong, Dutch, Brazilian, Portuguese, Finnish, Canadian, Danish, Russian, Czech, Israelitish, Greek, Australian, New Zealand and Estonian engines) for search by keywords.
Emex 3 is built on Microsoft Internet Explorer kernel and therefore features unmatched compatibility with all web-servers and have knowledge of all subtleties of HTTP and HTPS protocols.
Key features which are not available in other email extractors:
- Multi language interface in Microsoft Ribbon UI style;
- 150+ search engines from 36 countries
- two HTML parsers — Microsoft parser and built-in parser
- scripting technology to process found emails on the fly
- flexible limiters of scanning range
- Simplified HTTP authorization on such websites as web forums or paid services;
- Distribution of download flows by domains;
- Search restrictions: by country, domain, document code page;
- Customizable list of exceptions;
- Filter by keywords with support of logical expressions;
- Anti-flood filter to regulate load on scanned websites;
- Bandwidth limitation scheduler;
- Proxy support;
- Masking by User-Agent;
- Filters by MIME-types of the scanned document;
- Mechanism of dynamic content replacement;
- Mode of multi thread scanning which enables to process up to 50 documents at once;
- Daily updated script schemes for information recognition;
Schemes are small auxiliary scripts that help Emex 3 to solve specific tasks and extend its capabilities. Using custom schemes, Emex 3 can access web-pages under processing and retrieve specific data. Actually, custom scheme can fully substitute Emex 3 logic, leaving untouched only the HTML parsing function and visualization of the data found.
Multisearch. You can search for addresses through several search engines simultaneously. Similar links found by different search engines are being excluded so the search is much faster and more effective than search using several standard versions launched simultaneously.
- PC with MS Windows Vista or newer
- At least Internet Explorer 8 installed
- 50 MB free space on hard disk
- 2 GB RAM or more
- Internet broadband connection (ADSL/LAN/WiFi)
EmEx 3 is shareware. To use this software without limitations, a registration is required. You can order the fully licensed version over the Internet with any major credit card.
Maintenance License allow to receive free updates and technical support during the term of the license
Subscription License allow to receive configuration updates and any version upgrade for free during the term of the license.
Lifetime License allow to receive configuration updates and minor version upgrade for free during the term of the license. This type of license not allowed for major version upgrades of the program
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