The E-mail Extractor is a free tool that allows you to extract emails from long strings of text. Simply start by pasting your text into the first textarea. Extracted email addresses will appear in the second textarea.
Each time you make a change to your text, the results will be recalculated.
There are a few options to tweak:
Each email on its own line.
The result will be formatted by adding a line break after each record. This is the default behavior. If you want to change it, just uncheck the 'Each email on its own line' option.
By default, the tool will take care of removing duplicates from the results. If you want to include duplicates, uncheck the 'Remove duplicates' checkbox.
Use a custom separator.
By default, our tool splits emails by the comma (,) character. If you want to change this behavior, you can modify the 'Custom separator' symbol by changing the text input next to it to the desired character. Common other use cases include the semicolon (;) or pipe symbol. You are free to change it to whatever symbol you want, including multiple character ones.
Wrap emails in quotes.
There are use cases when you need to wrap emails in quotes, for example, when dealing with SQL queries. To do this, you can simply check the 'Wrap emails in quotes' checkbox at the top.
This tool was built for free usage, and we don't process any of the email addresses pasted into the textareas on our server. Everything is done in your browser (locally).
How Does the Email Extractor Work?
How to Extract Emails Using Regex?
There are a few ways to do this, but the simplest way is by applying this regex pattern to a string:
When The First Email was send?
The first email was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson, who used the at symbol to separate the user's name from the host computer's name.
What is the Most Used Email Service?
As of today, Gmail is one of the most popular email services, with over 1.5 billion active users worldwide.