Atomic Usenet Explorer
Extract contacts from UseNet newsgroups
While searching for new email addresses remember UseNet newsgroups! A unique feature of newsgroups is that they attract people with a common interest in a particular field. All conferences are structured and it’s quite easy to find one that correlates with the products you sell or the ideas you want to put across.
The main goal of Atomic Newsgroup Extractor is to harvest email addresses from messages on NNTP servers. We recommend that you check the appropriate groups regularly and update your email database. That way, you will be able to compile a unique and effective email list.
The program is capable of working with all types of NNTP servers (Network News Transfer Protocol servers). The most popular servers are already installed in Atomic Newsgroup Explorer. The program will even work with private, password-protected servers.
Fast email extraction
The software can work in multithread mode. This reduces the time needed to extract emails. The more threads a user specifies, the faster the process runs.
Atomic Newsgroup Explorer enables you to save the results of your extraction. They can be saved into MS Word, Excel, Open Office Writer, Calc, other Atomic products, the clipboard, or as a text file.
How to start
|Buy the program or download the trial version.|
|Select NNTP server.|
|Click «Download group» and load all public groups from this server.|
|Uncheck all groups and click «select» in the menu.|
|Enter the keyword you want to use in the pop-up window.|
|Click «Start». That’s all. In a few minutes, the program will finish the process of extraction and provide you with a huge list of email addresses.|
Try Atomic Newsgroup Explorer
As you can see, our usenet spider is a powerful and useful tool for extracting email addresses. The program is capable of scanning private groups locked by a password. It doesn’t require any additional software – just any version of Windows (95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8), an Internet connection, and an open NNTP port.