Email Parser

Extract data from incoming emails and automate your workflow

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Version 3.2 released

October 10, 2012

This new release includes the following changes:

Fix Emails with an empty field such as the subject, body etc will be shown with a message “this field is empty” or “no subject for this email” instead of just showing a blank space.
Fix Email history database size now can store up to 4GB of data per email source. If the database reaches this limit Email Parser will delete the information from the very old messages to save up space. This means that, under the email history window, the very old messages will show only basic info.
Fix Some bug fixes in the email history window user interface. Elements were sometimes arranged incorrectly after doing scroll
Fix Email Parser will only process the first 50 new messages of the inbox, leaving the rest for the next time the inbox is checked. This prevents Email Parser to use a huge amount of system memory when there is a ton of new messages available (for example, thousands).
Fix The action “delete emails from source” now shows “Deleting emails in Outlook email sources is not supported” when trying to delete an email from an Outlook email source as it is not supported.
Fix The Email Parser installer now updates from version 3.1 to 3.2 without wrongly telling that the version 3.2 was already installed.
Fix The left panel now shows a scroll bar when the contents exceed its vertical size.
Feature A new default field called “body_HTML” that stores the HTML version of the email body is now available for the users that need to parse directly the HTML version of the message.
Feature Email attachment saver action┬ánow can filter attachmens wuth different extensions. For example “*.jpg;*.png” for saving jpg and png attachments only.
Feature Simple email parsers can now select if you want to extract test from the subject, the html version of the email body or the plain text version of the body. Previously only plain text version of the email body was available for parsing.
Feature Expression match email parsers can now select if you want to extract test from the subject, the html version of the email body or the plain text version of the body. Previously only plain text version of the email body and subject was available for parsing.

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