Extract data from incoming emails and export it to Google Sheets, Excel or a database. It can parse email text from the email itself or from the attachments.
Version: 4.8Email Parser bridges the gap between the emails you receive and Excel files, Google Sheets and databases. It can parse email text from the email itself or from the attachments.
License: Free To Try $59.95
Operating System: Windows
The configuration is fast and easy thanks to the different parsing methods and the wide range of examples available.
Features:Complete unattended operation.
Retrieves email from POP, IMAP and Outlook accounts. It is also compatible with Gmail and Hotmail.
Supports SSL for secure email retrieving Easy to setup where to look for text. From a simple line-column position to the more advanced wildcard, regular expression or script parsers.
Email filtering based on sender, subject, message contents, date etc.
Capable of combining different email filtering rules for more complex email selection.
Capable of sending an automated reply.
It works with Excel to store data captured from emails Compatible with most popular databases: MySQL and SQL server. It also works with other databases via ODBC drivers.
Complete customization via script actions or calling external programs or commands.
Full workflow control via conditional rules.
Many examples and use cases available It can be run in the background as a Windows service.
Logging and history available to track the processing of each received email.
Version 4.8: Gmail labels, IMAP and Exchange folders browse in the email source settings do not timeout so quickly Good for slow connections or long lists of labels/folders Exchange version 2007 is now actually supported Improved fault tolerance of the changing running mode window when connection errors happen
Version 4.7: This new release comes with many new features and changes. Most notably the support for processing your emails online but also the support for Google Sheets and Office 365/Exchange accounts.