Language:
 
 
Pages:
  
1.Introduction
2.Getting Started
3.Working with Smart Email Verifier
 
E-mail Verification Session
Import Wizard
Editing
Finding/Searching for E-mails
Removing E-mail Addresses
Export Wizard
Configuring a Proxy Server
Command Line Parameters
4.Verification Process
5.Resources
 

Smart Email Verifier 3.51


Export Wizard

The Export Wizard exports e-mail addresses (and optionally other information) from the E-Mail List.

To start the Export Wizard select Export Wizard from the File menu.  You may also use the Ctrl+E shortcut key combination.  The Export Settings window opens.

Export Settings

The Export Settings window lets you control exactly what data is exported.  There are two types of selection conditions to choose from, Column Baased and Result Based.

The Column Based Export section controls what parts of each data record will be exported.  If you check only "E-Mail", only e-mail addresses will be exported.  The e-mail address is always exported.  You may select anywhere from none to all of the other columns.

Result Based Export decides which lines (records) of the E-Mail List will be included in the export.  You must select at least one of the three checkboxes here, and you may select either two or all three.

You may see the contents of the session that will be exported by clicking Preview data to be exported.

After making your selections on the Export Settings page, click Next.

Select Database

Here you can choose to export to either a Text (Tab Delimited) file, a CSV (Comma Delimited) file, or one of the ODBC supported databases.  The first two choices are both text files, with the various data fields (E-mail address, Location, etc.) separated on each line by either tabs or commas.  All database and spreadsheet formats are included in the ODBC supported databases selection.  Pick one of the three and click Next.

Exporting to Text Files

To export your current session to Text (Tab Delimited) or CSV (Comma Delimited) Files:

  1. Specify the appropriate path and the destination file name.

To export your current session to Microsoft® Excel® or Microsoft Access®:

  1. Select ODBC supported databases and click Next
  2. Select either Microsoft Excel or Microsoft Access and then Next
  3. Use the Browse button and select an existing database or spreadsheet to export into. 
  4. Specify the name of a table/sheet that will be created in the selected database.  All e-mails will be exported to this table/sheet.  Click Next
  5. An Export Summary screen appears.  Click Next to begin the export. 
  6. The results of the export are displayed.  Select the Open Database checkbox if you would like to see the results in Excel/Access.  Click Finish to close the Export Wizard.

To export your current session to other ODBC supported databases:

  1. Select ODBC supported databases and click Next
  2. Select Other ODBC databases.  Pick the appropriate database from the drop-down list, and then click Next
  3. Use the Connect button and select an existing database to export into. 
  4. Specify the name of a table that will be created in the selected database.  All e-mails will be exported to this table.  Click Next
  5. An Export Summary screen appears.  Click Next to begin the export. 
  6. The results of the export are displayed.  Click Finish to close the Export Wizard.


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