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email@Scanner

 
License:
Shareware
Price/Registration Fee:
$35 USD
Trial Period:
365 Days
File size:
11.44 MB
Publisher:
B&b Software
Last Updated:
09/16/11
Version:
2.1.1
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email@Scanner Description:

email@Scanner is a Macintosh email utility application that will parse email messages from either an email server (POP3 or IMAP), email files on your hard drive or one of several Macintosh email clients, selecting only those email that satisfy given selection criteria. Data may then be extracted from anywhere within the selected email and may be further refined via the use of data filters and/or user-defined data manipulation scripts. The resulting data may then be used to read or update a FileMaker Pro database or any ODBC compliant database. An optional 'notification' email may then be constructed from a template message merged with data from the email and/or the associated database record and sent immediately or queued for later transmission. Finally, upon successful processing of all email an external AppleScript or application may be executed thus enabling any user defined post processing.email@Scanner is a freeware/shareware product. The application's basic functionality is free, simply download the application and use without restriction. However, the application contains additional functionality that permits a more sophisticated level of processing but these features are not free. The additional features however are not available for processing email until a yearly subscription of US$35 is paid. This can be done in real-time from directly within the application. All upgrades to the application are free. For each subscription received a third of the fee will be donated to World Vision Australia.


System Requirements: OSX 10.5 onwards
Operating System Support: Mac OS X
Tags: email, parse, database, odbc

 
 

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