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    Developer, you need to tell us (i) what your objective is, (ii) where the email addresses come from, (iii) where they're stored, and (iv) forget about sending out actual email messages, because the job of emailing could and should be in a completely separate app! ..........Guys, The developer / publisher is unknown. ......... The objective is unknown. ......... The readme.txt is more or less useless for us, end users. ..........There are no instructions as to how to start, how to proceed, and in general what to do, and why. ......... As to starting and stopping, we users do have a bit of control, but our control is very-very limited. ......... As to the end user providing an actual URL to extract email addresses from, we users have no control, because the developer decided to mix all those addresses with all the other email addresses that we end users have extracted from other URLs from the beginning of time. ........... As an end user, I had no choice but give this app an URL, however when I provided the URL of my own web site, 99% of the email addresses I received in return definitely did not come from my web site. ......... As to where the extracted email addresses come from or are stored, all of those are unknown, because we users have no idea (i) where the email addresses come from and (ii) where they are stored. . ......... Apparently the developer's objective was a little free Java app for us, end users, so that (i) we can extract all freely available email addresses from all over the Internet, so that (ii) we end users can SPAM all those email addresses, and SPAM them as often as possible! ......... Definitely NOT recommended!...................................................................

    Posted 11/04/2014

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