Free Tool Friday (night): Email Extractor

Note: This is a part of the Free Tool Friday series with Dean DaCosta. Each Friday Dean provides a short description of one of his favorite browser addons, apps, or extensions.

Email Extractor is one of my favorite addons because it simply tells me if the page I am on has any email addresses on it and then find them for me. Below is an example.

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As you can see, the arrow points to the addon and it already has identified 12 email addresses on my LinkedIn page. When you click on the addon, it shows the information below.

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This tool works on any page in any social network. It’s also possible to export the results to a text file or cut and paste them.

Dean is a highly experienced and decorated veteran staffing professional with over 20 years in the industry.He is best known for his gold star winning hiring numbers, and his keen insight and creation of groundbreaking tools and processes, to enhance and change staffing as we know it. Despite all of this he remains first and foremost one of the top sourcers and full cycle recruiters in the industry.


3 Comments on “Free Tool Friday (night): Email Extractor

  1. For those who like bookmarklets, this has worked since 1998 just as well and doesn’t have privacy concerns.

    javascript:eMlA=”;for(iB2M=0;iB2M<document.links.length;iB2M++){if(document.links[iB2M].protocol=='mailto:'){Ju59=document.links[iB2M].toString();eMlA+=Ju59.substring(7,Ju59.length)+'n'}};if(eMlA!=''){alert(eMlA)}else{alert('No mailto links on page!')}


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