How to Export Email Data to CSV Files?

Recently Updated on July 28th, 2021

Quickly Convert Email Data to CSV Spreadsheets with Parserr

Let us show you how incredibly easy this is for you. In fact, we are even willing to set it up for you! Just click here to contact us and we’ll set you up for free!

Do You Receive Hundreds of Email Leads Everyday?

99% of businesses around the world receive crucial information with their email. In fact, 78% of business owners around the world check their email first before getting out of bed in the morning! How important? Well potentially more important their spouse!

However most businesses don’t make their emails work for them. What we mean here is simply just automating the many manual processes they have in their businesses everyday to make sure they can get the more important tasks done.

How to Extract Email Data to CSV File Format with Parserr?

Save Time & Money with Email to CSV Automation

Most businesses receive repetitive emails from customers such as website enquiries or new leads. By repetitive, I mean emails with the same content over and over again. Many businesses, before finding Parserr, have a manual process where they will copy and paste information from their email to CSV files. Parserr has businesses that were manually:

  1. Copying incoming leads from their email to Salesforce
  2. Copying website inquiries to their contact lists
  3. Copying order confirmations to their restaurant POS system

Reduce Manual Tasks With Email Automation

We have helped these businesses automate this process completely so that they can reduce these manual tasks and get more time back to actually focus on their business.

What is a CSV File?

A CSV file, also known as comma separated value files, are plain text files where the data is stored as values that are separated by commas. CSV formatted files are used to store a wide variety of information, and are typically used to display, and share, important data in spreadsheets or databases. CSV files can be opened by a variety of programs such as: Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, Apple Numbers, other spreadsheet applications, database management tools, and even text editors.

How do you Extract Data from Email to CSV?

After signing up for Parserr’s free plan, you will be asked first to create an incoming email address for the particular email you’d like to automate. This will be the email address that you will send your repetitive emails too.

Once that is created, you will be required to add some rules, which will help us define how your email is parsed; that is, how you want to extract your data from your email. You can create numerous rules, to extract any data you would like from your email or email attachments, such as: contact information, pdf files, & more!

How does that Email Data get to CSV?

We have created a video to show how easy it is to create new parsing rules which take an email and extract the required information from your email. You can create multiple rules for each email to get exactly what you need from each email. Have a watch below and see how in less than one minute, you can parse your incoming email and extract exactly what you need from all your email.

Once the rules are running, you have the option to setup file downloads which create a row for every incoming email you send us. That means all your rules will run, and extract just the information you need. Then you have the option to download the file as and when you need it, or simply have it emailed to you when you require it!

Can I Export Gmail or Outlook Emails to CSV?

Yes, many of our clients use Gmail & Outlook as their main email client, however, Parserr allows you to parse email data from almost all email client types.

Most Popular Email Applications:

  • Outlook
  • Gmail
  • Yahoo Mail
  • Zoho
  • AOL
  • Mail.com

Can You Help Extract My Email Attachment to CSV?

Yes, of course we can! Simply ping us on our chat or simply email us, and we’d be happy to help! If you would like more information, you can always check out our parsing support articles for more detailed walkthroughs.