Thunderbird Email Data Extractor
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Minimal tool which enables you to extract e-mail addresses from your Thunderbird mail client, without burdening the computer’s performance
DISCOUNT: 20% OFF!Thunderbird Email Data Extractor is a software application that provides users with a simple means of extracting all the mail addresses stored in Mozilla Thunderbird.
Smooth setup and clean interfaceThe installation process is a piece of cake, as it does not offer you to download third-party applications and it does not take longer than a few moments. After completing it, you come face to face with a simple and well-organized GUI, as it only encloses a menu bar, a folder structure, a few buttons and a pane in which to display all detected items.
In addition to that, Help contents are provided online, thus ensuring that all both beginners and highly experienced people can find their way around it, without encountering issues.
Select folders and extract e-mails from themAs stated above, this program lets you detect all the e-mail addresses that have been stored in your Thunderbird mail client with ease, while a tree view of all mail folders enables you to choose which of these locations you want to process.
The extraction can be started with just a click of the button and a progress bar enables you to approximate the time left until it is done. It might take a while, depending on the number of e-mail addresses it has to retrieve, yet it is possible to stop it any point.
Results are displayed in the main window as a list, with no further information. You should know that you can save the results, yet only in the paid version.
Bottom lineIn conclusion, Thunderbird Email Data Extractor is a pretty efficient piece of software when it comes to extracting mail addresses. The interface is suitable to all users, the response time is good and the system’s performance is not going to be burdened, as the amount of resources required is quite minimal.
Thunderbird Email Data Extractor was reviewed by Madalina Boboc
Last updated on June 20th, 2014