TOKYO (MacHouse) – As we noted last time, we are a bit slow this month since we’ve been brushing up existing Windows software titles. Anyway, the second software title of the month has just been released. It’s called eHarvest.
eHarvest is a simple solution to extracting e-mail addresses from a body of text. If you have text files (.txt) to scan for possible e-mail addresses, you can simply choose File > Open. Or drag and drop a selection of text directly onto the top text field.
eHarvest doesn’t have many functions yet. And a beta trial version doesn’t allow the user to edit the top-level domain list. We will make sure that you will get to add new top-level domains to the list and delete/edit existing ones when we release a full version at Microsoft‘s app store.
This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till May 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit. In order to use eHarvest, you must have a display capable of showing at least 900 x 650 pixels.