Extract all email addresses from your IMAP mailboxes (and fill your CRM tool)
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Epafh (Επαφή)

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Epafh (pronounce [epafí]), is a tool to extract all email addresses from your mail boxes. Thus helping you into filling your CRM tool.

It starts by fetching existing email addresses from your CRM, then it connects on your mailserver to read all emails and check for missing contacts in your CRM.

For the moment it only supports IMAP mail servers and FatFreeCRM servers.

The next move on the roadmap is POP3 support and maybe some other CRM.


With ruby installed on your system, simply type :

$ gem install epafh


TODO: Write usage instructions here


The gem is available as open source under the terms of the LGPL-3 License.