How to Automatically Move Incoming Emails Between IMAP Folders

Move emails between IMAP folders

As a business, sometimes you may need to sort incoming emails by different IMAP folders.

For example, if all emails come to the same email account, it is reasonable to move support tickets to the folder checked by the support team,  orders –  to the folder monitored by the sales department, marketing emails – to the promotions folder etc. Your inbound email stream could be well organized and each department would not waste time for searching their messages in dozens or even hundreds emails in the Inbox.

How to Automatically Parse CSV Attachment to Database

Parse CSV attachments to database

Sometimes it’s just easier to email a file than upload it to a server. If you run an online business, you may receive transaction confirmation emails with CSV attachments, or monthly sales reports with attached CSV documents, or support tickets with attachments. And you may need to regularly update your database with the data received via CSV files arriving as email attachments.

How to Automatically Parse Emails from Web Forms

Parse email from web form

Many online businesses have web forms that visitors fill in such as newsletter subscription forms, registration forms, contact forms, survey forms etc. After a visitor submits the form, the content is sent to the web site owner via email. Getting the form data as emails is a very convenient way to collect user responses very quickly. But when you have hundreds of responses per day, processing them manually can be very challenging.

How to Create PDF Documents from Received Emails

Create PDF from Email

G-Lock Email Processor can automate the conversion of emails into PDF files as you receive. Thus, it’s a great way to create PDF receipts or invoices from order confirmation emails sent to you by your payment system.  

Then G-Lock Email Processor can automatically send the PDF file as an attachment on outgoing messages, or add it to your file system or database, or upload to DropBox, OneDrive or other virtual file storage system. 

How to Automatically Parse Email to Database

Extract data and parse email to database

Extract Data from Incoming Emails and Convert It to Database

If you’re doing business online, you probably maintain a database of your customers, clients, or subscribers. Typically you store the customers’ email addresses, names, order numbers, and purchased products in the database. Plus, you may want to keep the customer’s personal information such as postal addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers and much more in your database. It’s a large volume of data that you need to keep in order — add new customers, remove customers, and update the customer’ information on their request.

How to Automatically Parse Email to an Excel Spreadsheet

Extract data and parse email to Excel

Extract Data from Incoming Emails and Convert It to Excel

Many people receive hundred emails to their Inbox containing data filled out via a website form and they are looking for a solution how to parse these emails into an Excel spreadsheet automatically.

Is there a tool where you can define a parse “template” which would filter incoming messages, extract the desired data from the messages and auto parse the data into the Excel columns? 

Yes, you can use G-Lock Email Processor to automate parsing emails to Excel spreadsheets.

How to Automatically Parse Email to CSV

Extract data and parse email to CSV

Extract Data from Incoming Emails and Convert It to CSV

If it happened to you to copy data from incoming messages and paste it to a CSV file, manually, you know what time consuming and boring this work is.  And if you have dozens or even hundreds emails you need to process? This is eating almost all working time. 

Luckily, now you can stop your manual work and use G-Lock Email Processor to automate your email workflow.

10 Best Email Marketing Practices to Increase Sales Even with Tiny List

10 Best Email Marketing Practices to Increase Sales Even with Tiny List

There is no secret that each email marketer is aimed at growing his subscriber base. More subscribers, more sales. It’s true to some degree. But you should not forget that you will pay more to your email service provider as far as your list is growing.

With that in mind, what you should focus on is trying to make more sales from your existing list. Try to get more profit from your current leads instead of relying on new subscribers. I do not want to tell that you should not grow your list at all. Yes, you should and it’s good if your subscriber base is expanding. I just want to tell that it should not be the priority. The priority is to maximize the profit from your existing email list.

Below are 10 email marketing practices you can utilize to increase sales even with a tiny list:

7 Creative Ideas to Follow up with New Customers

7 Creative Ideas to Follow up with New Customers

For any business or marketer, expanding target audience, acquiring new customers and growing business is a top priority. Thus, you are focusing your efforts on creating a beautiful landing page with the subscription form and an irresistible offer people can't miss. Then you are marketing your products and services to your subscriber base to turn them into buying customers.

Now the vital question comes up: how do you make your new customer to come back? How do you get them stay with you and ultimately buy more from you?

Top 5 Reasons Why Your Emails Bounce and How to Reduce Your Bounce Rate

Top Reasons Why Your Emails Bounce and How to Reduce Them

When an email message is not delivered to the recipient and returned to the sender, we call it bounce. The bounce can be temporary (a "soft bounce") and permanent ("hard bounce").

Bounce messages are a part of email marketing. Sometimes they happen because of problems that are beyond your control, and sometimes they come because something is wrong with your message or your email process setup.

In order to send more successful email campaigns, you should understand why your emails bounce and what you can do to minimize your bounce rate.