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Software/methods that will create email contacts from info in email signatures

I'm looking for software, macros or methods that will automatically create email contacts from the information in email signatures including:

- The sender's name

- Company name

- Email address

- Mailing address

- Phone numbers

I currently use a utility called Copy2Contact that allows me to highlight an email signature, press CTRL-C twice and then the information is put into an Outlook contact.

The problem is that I get so many emails from people who I don't already have a contact created for and I don't have the time to manually create these contacts.

So I'm looking for a method that will do this automatically.

I am also currently using the Evercontact software but have found that this software only creates new contacts for around 20% of the emails I receive that don't already have a contact created. I have worked with their tech support department and haven't been able to improve the results.

It is very important that I create a new email contact for almost every email that I receive (based upon the information found in the email's signature). This enables me to have the data that I need to properly manage my business. I also have a lot of clients who are also interested in doing this and we are hoping that we can find better software for doing this.

If this can be done using a CRM management tool such as Microsoft Dynamics or Salesforce, please provide me with the steps on how to do this.

Please let me know what software is available for doing this. We are more than willing to pay top dollar for the best commercial software that is able to do this. 

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David Favor

8/22/2022 - Mon
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