How to Extract Email Address from MSG files?
With eSoftTools MSG Email Address Extractor tool, extract email addresses from MSG files
Get the best results for email address extraction from Outlook MSG files with eSoftTools MSG Email Address Extractor Software. Use this tool to extract email addresses from single or multiple MSG files. Smoothly extract email address of specific all email header fields and extract attachments with different filtering options.
Step-1) Download and Launch eSoftTools MSG Email Address Extractor Software on a windows PC.
Press the Select MSG File/Folder button from first screen.
- Select MSG Folder:- add a folder containing Outlook MSG files.
- Select MSG Files:- Import Outlook MSG files selectively (single or multiple).
Load all MSG file/folders and click the Next button.
Step-3) Get a preview of all Outlook items from each selected MSG files.
View emails, contact, calendar, and other element from MSG file and choose required MSG folders.
Make selection of needed MSG folders and apply the steps shown below to extract email address and attachments from MSG files: -
- Saving Location: - select a location for preserving resulting files.
- Saving Options: - choose a file type to save extracted email addresses - TXT, HTML, or CSV.
- Email Filter criteria: - Select any one of the email header field to extract email address (TO, FROM, BCC, CC and all).
- Mail filter: - Use date filter and select email dates for email address extraction from specific date emails.
- Saving Location: - Select a location from you drive to save the extracted attachments.
- Attachment Options: - Choose any one of these options to extract all or specific type attachment -
- Extract all attachment: - From all chosen MSG files, export all types of attachments.
- Extract specific attachment: - Input the extension of attachments and extract them selectively.
- Mail Filtering: - Choose email dates to extract attachments from emails of specific dates.
- Naming Convention: - To provide custom name to attachments, select a naming convention format.