Filterer is designed to
withdraw from your lists any unwanted types of addresses or domains
according to the options you indicate.
example, you have a large list of different e-mail addresses but need to
extract from it into a separate file only those which belong strictly to
France (the .fr domain) and Germany (the .de domain).
the Filterer to solve this
problem and many similar ones:
Filterer’s tab in the List
your large mixed list as the Input file;
the file to place the e-mails that suit you as the Output file;
the file to place the e-mails which are filtered out as the Rejected file;
necessary options to indicate the criteria for the e-mails to filter out;
the “Go” button and wait for the processing to complete;
the log and enjoy the results.
note that the Filterer works
with whole types of e-mail
addresses. If you need to remove from your list some certain single e-mail
addresses, use the Remover.
the Filterer’s processing
options you indicate the criteria for the e-mail addresses to filter out.
are the lists of major top-level domains and mail services available as
the options. Checking the options in these lists you give the Filterer
the order not to place into the output file e-mail addresses which
belong to the corresponding top-level domains and mail services domains.
three options under the “ISP” label (“California ISP”, “Virginia
ISP” and “Washington ISP”) allow you to filter out the e-mail
addresses residing in
states. The lists of
the domains located in these states are named “california-isp.txt”,
“virginia-isp.txt” and “washington-isp.txt” and are situated in
the subfolder “Config” of the application’s main folder. You can
edit these lists as necessary, but if you add new domain names, please
make sure that they are placed into the file according to the alphabetical
following options are also available:
Check this option to filter out the e-mail addresses which begin with any
digit (0 to 9). This is useful if you want to avoid having in your lists
useless services e-mail addresses which are usually present in message
headers. It’s true that at the same time you may lose some valid
e-mails, but these are negligible in comparison with lots of addresses
like “1AWwNT-00066Jfirstname.lastname@example.org” which may overfill your mailing
foreign domains except these:
Check this option if you need to filter out all e-mail addresses which
belong to national domains; specify the exceptions if necessary (either
with a dot or without it; separated by commas or/and spaces). For example,
specifying “.fr, .de” in this field you will solve the problem
mentioned above and get rid of all domains which do not belong to
you check this option but do not specify any exceptions, all e-mail
addresses belonging to all
national domains will be filtered out.
Check this option to specify the word (or several words separated by
commas or/and spaces) which make an e-mail address unsuitable for you. The
Filterer will filter out all
addresses which include any of these words in any position.
example, if you set this option and write the line “company, info” in
the adjacent field, the following addresses will be filtered out:
Output file will contain the e-mails that satisfy the options you had set
(e. g. only the ones in the domains .fr and .de).
Rejected file will contain all the other e-mails from the input file (e.
g. only those not in the
domains .fr and .de).
original input file will remain unchanged.