Developer: treeinspired GmbH
Current Version: 3.0
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Download Size: 5.1 MB - Download
Simply keep your e-mail contacts up to date
If you run your own business and many of your customers contact you by e-mail, which is a great thing! But don’t we all know how much time consuming it is to create a proper address book contact for every single customer? And we forget about how important it is to use these existing contacts for personal updates on your business activities?
Exactly at this point, MailContacts jumps in and help you to organize the contacts you have exchanged by e-mail. It easily scans through your e-mails and presents you all contacts which you have exchanged by e-mail (sent and received messages). After one time scan, MailContacts allows you to add more contact that is not in your address list yet with only a single click. And with more intelligent performance, it will summarize similar addresses and differentiating between unknown contacts and the ones that are already in your address book.
••••• Import •••••
One-Click Import of all eMail Addresses from your Apple Mail.
••••• MailChimp •••••
We implemented the API of MailChimp directly into MailContacts, so you can connect directly to your personal MailChimp account in order to simplify the distribution of e-mail Newsletters.
••••• Export Formats •••••
• Microsoft Word
• OpenOffice XML
• Open Document Text
• Rich Text (RTF)
• Text, WebArchive
- Brand new Version
- Faster Import
- You can now also sort by «Domain Name» or by «Domain Suffixes»
Most Helpful Reviews
Doesn't work - avoid - I need to switch from an old email account that will be no longer be available to a new account. As I have over 14,600 emails and over a thousand contacts to review and decide whether to inform contacts of the new email account I was hopeful this app would create a list of contacts, export it to a CSV file, and then use that to review who to imform of the new email addrss. When I clicked Import and selected the mbox file it did nothing for over an hour. When I looked at Activity Monitor it was using 0% CPU, and just did nothing. It doesn't have a FAQ page, a manual, or how-to videos that could help. I could email a question and wait 24 hours for a response. So it is not only overpriced but doesn't even do what it promises to do. I ultimately downloaded another app which did the task in 5 minutes.