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What is the best email extractor? Atomic Email Hunter?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by [mcr], May 24, 2013.

  1. [mcr]

    [mcr] Junior Member

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    I'm looking at Atomic Email Hunter, is it pretty much the best?

    I'd like something that I can feed certain URLS and it collects whatever emails it finds. Proxy support is also nice.

    Thanks!
     
  2. UPto90dotBIZ

    UPto90dotBIZ Newbie

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    You can download and install an unregistered version (trial) for free. but some features are locked I think.
     
  3. moonandlyn

    moonandlyn Newbie

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    not payment software?
     
  4. [mcr]

    [mcr] Junior Member

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    Can you elaborate a bit? Why is it the best?
     
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    [mcr] Junior Member

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    Guys any additional thoughts?

    So far the best I've found are Atomic Email Hunter and GSA Email Spider.
     
  6. linuxfreak1985

    linuxfreak1985 BANNED BANNED

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    Email extractor is your thing,, you can insert URLs there and all the emails related to that URL will be extracted i can give you the link of it in PM.
     
  7. alikks

    alikks Newbie

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    GSA as good as Atomic. I've been dealing with Hunter for 6 years, it accumulated nearly everything that GSA has.

    If you look at options they are maybe 95% similar. Both process javascript which is important today.

    The only think that GSA lacks (or maybe I did not notice it) is the place where you manually set all the "(at)" or "{at}" and other signs used to replace regular at sign and dots.

    Both parse emails extremely good.

    GSA is $99
    Hunter costs $79.

    I have 30% off for Hunter, PM me if you are interested.
     
  8. БРИГАДА88

    БРИГАДА88 Registered Member

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    Hunter is very nice...
     
  9. Darko

    Darko Registered Member

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    an older working version of GSA email spider can be found for free. It works well
     
  10. johnmacklen

    johnmacklen Registered Member

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    In my opinion I can't establish a single product which can be called the best and instead I can advise you to browse the results of this search query and manually test the e-mail extractors displayed.

    After some testing you will figure it all by yourself which one to use for your needs.
     
  11. emailmbooster

    emailmbooster Newbie

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    If you are using android devices, please try my app Email Scanner, completely free at Amazon Store and Samsung Store.