Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2011 5:24 PM (in response to MIKEinMICH)
CSV is a bit tougher, but once in Mail, highlight the gMail Inbox>Select All, then in the menubar>Message>Add Senders to Address Book.
And not certain if you need only the eMail Addy, or more info.
It might be easy enough to find or write a script that would parse the text of the .emlx files to make a .csv file of your liking.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 14, 2011 5:35 PM (in response to BDAqua)
Hi, thanks for that info - I have this app called Email Extractor - it may read the .emlx files -haven't been able to find much documentation....been a year or two since i toyed with it andi won't know til the IMAP downloading to the email client is done before i can try it... will probably take half a day before this synch process completes as it has about 15,000 emails to process...
As for the data, I basically just need the email addresses. It would make life simpler if there were a converter that would just transform the .emlx to .csv in order for me to run the list through the Extractor parsing' app. I was kinda hoping i could export from Mail to .csv or something this app can readily read...
Currently Being ModeratedMar 19, 2013 2:42 PM (in response to MIKEinMICH)
IMAP Addresses Exporter is a Mac App that connects to your mail account and extracts every sender address, also from subfolders/labels: http://www.raneri.it/imap-addresses-exporter