Tag Archives: parsing rules
Alternative to Zapier Email Parser
What’s an Email Parser? To parse literally means “to break down into components.” Typically, reading an email involves sorting out the important bits and figuring out what to do with them. Do they need to be forwarded on to other people? Do sales records need to be updated? This process of mentally extracting important details […]
Helping Houston Humane
Hurricane Harvey was bearing down on the United States with Texas directly in his sights. Homeowners were checking through their lists to ensure they were prepared, but as a Gulf Coast resident, news of storms and potential flooding is not uncommon. However, this year was different, & the storm did hit the mainland. Harvey made […]
Email Header Analyzer & Parser Feature
Email Header Analyzer – Get more key information on your inbound emails Clients use Mailparser for a range of reasons, one interesting use case we were recently asked to cover is parsing of email headers. What does this even mean? Email is composed of the body, (what is written), and is always preceded by an email header. An […]
Extract Repeating Text Blocks And Line Items From E-Mails
Extract repeating text blocks from e-mails is something we see very often at mailparser.io. Two prominent use-cases come to mind when it comes to parsing repeating elements:
Parse, Validate and Standardise Mailing Addresses
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.
Parse FedEx and UPS Tracking Numbers from Emails
Do you manually copy & paste tracking numbers from emails to other software products on a regular basis? If yes, there is good news! You can stop doing this and let mailparser.io parse tracking numbers from FedEx, UPS, USPS and other sources, directly from your incoming emails.