Exporting bounced email data to Excel

For extracting bounced email data you need to use the ExtractEditor application: 1. Using the ExtractEditor select a “Batch Extract Job” from the Action list at the left: 2. Select an email source from the Actions list. We are going to select Gmail: 3. Select a Bounced Mail Filter from the Actions list: 4. At the Bounced […]

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Export Gmail message subject lines from a search to Excel

Use  MailtoX Desktop to export Gmail message subject lines from a label to Excel.  Unable to display content. Adobe Flash is required. Steps 1. First using Gmail select all messages and create a label from your search 2. Using MailtoX select   Gmail from the Email Source list at the left 3. Select the label that you want to export from Gmail 4. Select   […]

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Export Gmail email metadata to Excel

We will export email metadata from Gmail using the Quick Extract mode: 1. Select  “Quick Extract”  2. Select Gmail from the Email Sources list and select the folder that you want to extract messages from. If you are using 2 -Step verification read the following article:  http://docs.maildev.com/article/39-generating-an-application-password-when-2-step-verification-is-enabled-in-gmail 3. Select Extract Data from the Email Targets […]

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Export email as MSG messages from a PST file

Using MailtoX desktop it is possible to export email from a PST file and save it as MSG files.  1. Select MS Outlook / Exchange from the actions list at the left 2. At the dialog that opens, select Custom Location (1) and load the PST file by pressing on the dots (2). Press on […]

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Downloading and Inserting Linked Images in the Target Format

MailtoX Desktop can download the images that are linked in the HTML part of the email messages and insert them in the resulting target format. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how using the ExtractEditor. Downloading and Inserting Linked Images To do this open the ExtractEditor and place an Images Downloader action after your […]

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