Entourage Address Extractor is an utility for extracting addresses (display name and/or email address) from your Entourage emails. Based on the robust EEAX engine, EAE exports in a minute a list of your customers to a Tab-Text file, XML, HTML, VCards?
What's new in this version: EAE 3.2.0 is now compatible with OS X 10.8.x Mountain Lion. The routine which extracts the email addresses from the body has been completely rewritten and is now much more accurate. Fixed: if the message has the HTML code only, now EAE properly extracts the addresses. If the message has both HTML and text version, EAE uses the text version to extract the addresses. Minor fixes to the interface.
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