How to Automatically Parse CSV Attachment 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.
You need to handle all these emails and attachments. You can spend hours to save each CSV attachment to a folder, parse each CSV attachment and save parsed data to the database unless you process incoming emails and parse CSV attachments with G-Lock Email Processor.
G-Lock Email Processor monitors POP3 and IMAP email accounts and automatically handles incoming messages based on the rules you setup in the program. It also offers great features for automatic CSV attachment processing. The program can automatically extract attachments from incoming messages and save them to the hard disc.
It can parse CSV attachments, extract data from CSV attachments and add extracted data to the database columns. It can even save different attachments to different folders based on your criteria and eliminate to need to sort attachments manually. Plus, G-Lock Email Processor can rename the attachment based on your settings and save it to a folder under a new name.
In addition to CSV attachments, this tool recognizes email attachments in most standard business formats, including PDF, TIFF, Word and Excel documents, and can save them to a local folder.
In addition to saving attachments to a folder, G-Lock Email Processor can automatically attach files to auto-reply messages and send them to your subscribers. You can even attach a unique file to each recipient in a fully automatic way. Using G-Lock Email Processor you can release yourself from a huge amount of manual work and save hours of precious time.
G-Lock Email Processor is a powerful data parser and extractor for parsing CSV attachments.
Try it for free and parse your first CSV attachments to the database within minutes!
We used G-Lock to monitor our purchasing and extract the data into a database. Sometimes it has to process 1k mails, but no time there are any performance problems.
Either provide customized scripts if there something you want to do is not already implemented. So, you can feel free to do nearly everything you want.
The best thing at all is the Support – they will help you to solve every problem almost immediately, even if they must release a new version to fix a little bug.
Interested? Learn more about our email parser software for Windows.
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