The shareware developers at Maxprog have updated their eMail Extractor, a tool for extracting e-mail addresses from all kind of files, to version 1.4.
eMail Extractor can fetch all valid e-mail addresses from any file and generate an output file with well formatted e-mails (without duplicates), according to MacTech magazine . It supports drag and drop from the Finder with both the traditional Mac operating system and Mac OS X.
As of version 1.4, extraction results can now be merged in one output file. “Bad” e-mails and duplicates can be saved to separate results files. And an e-mail owner names can now also be extracted.
eMail Extractor costs US$14. There are separate download sites for the “classic” version and the Mac OS X version.