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Email to Database

db blueThe ITG Email Parser can be configured to extract information from incoming emails, automatically formulate data tables, and insert the tables into a variety of compatible databases. The ITG Email Parser supports SQL Servers and is compatible with MySQL, Oracle, Access, and many other ODBC Databases.

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IMAP, POP3, MS Exchange Server

exchangeThe ITG Email Parser seamlessly integrates with IMAP, POP3, and Microsoft Exchange Servers. Users can configure customized parsing schemes that will interact with multiple email accounts on multiple servers.

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Parse Attachments

exchangeConfigure the ITG Email Parser to search not only the contents of emails, but also their included attachments. The ITG Email Parser searches through .pdf, .xls, .doc, and other file formats then performs an automated action based upon the users parsing configuration.

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Automated Email Notifications

exchangeOnce the ITG Email Parser successfully finds an email that contains the user defined parsing scheme, automatic notifications will be sent to designated user accounts.

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Track Failures and Errors

exchangeIf at any point the ITG Email Parser encounters an error or a parsing failure, an automatic notification is sent to the administrators.

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User Dashboard

exchangeThe User Dashboard is a real-time interface that displays all of the configured parsing schemes, as well as links to view the emails that have been captured. Dashboard options include the ability to edit existing parsing schemes, create new parsing schemes, and create new user groups.

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Progress Monitor

exchangeThrough the User Dashboard users can monitor the progress at several levels, including the operating status of the email parser, the number of emails parsed, and the overall progress of the current parsing tasks.

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Email to SMS

exchangeUsers can configure parsing schemes to detect emails that contain specific identifiers and then automatically forwards the contents to designated cell phones using SMS text messaging.

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