So you have the following situation: You have hundreds if not thousands of emails sitting in your Outlook email (Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 or Outlook 360) client and you need to forward emails individually in Outlook, meaning one email at a time to another address. If that is the case, read on and learn how
Extract repeating text blocks from e-mails is something we see very often at Mailparser. Two prominent use-cases come to mind when it comes to parsing repeating elements:
If you are a real estate agent, chances are you publish your listings on platforms like Trulia, Zillow, Homes.com or on small niche listing sites. You probably also have a CRM in place which allows you to build up a customer database and follow up on prospects. Maybe you also make use of real estate lead vendors
A lot of our customers use mailparser.io to automate their e-commerce order fulfilment process. Another popular use-case is to extract contact details from e-mails, for example real-estate buyer leads which our customers receive from platforms like Trulia and Zillow. Both use-cases have one thing in common: They involve parsing, verification and normalisation of postal addresses.
Slack quickly dominated workplace communication tools with more than 10 million people using the application daily. And if you wonder why, their mission is nothing less than to “change the way we communicate”. Slack is an excellent tool if you want to ditch internal emails and improve communication within your team. But did you know
Since the beginning of Mailparser, one particular feature request popped up every couple of days. People were asking if it was possible to automatically read and process text stored inside e-mail attachments. Quickly it became clear to us that this is something we wanted to build for our customers! Read on to find out how
As you probably already know, Email Parsing is just the first step when it comes to automating your business process with Mailparser. The real magic starts once you connect Mailparser to other online apps. Once you see new contacts automatically popping up in your CRM based on data parsed by Mailparser things start to really
A question we get quite often at Mailparser is how to forward multiple emails in Gmail to another email address. With forwarding multiple emails we mean sending them individually, one by one. This question comes not as a surprise to us because a lot of our customers are using Mailparser in combination with Google Mail
Most of our customers at mailparser.io have one simple goal: Automate their business processes and save valuable time!