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    Replacing symbols

    Since Atomic Email Hunter is an email extractor, we draw attention to the symbols that are mostly used in email address syntax. People hide their emails, trying to make them invisible for email extractors. You can set Atomic Email Hunter to recognize any hidden email. Sure thing this refers to the ‘DOT’ and ‘AT’ symbols.

    Open Atomic Email Hunter, go to

    • Settings
    • Common setting
    • Misc

    and see the replacing symbols lists for these two characters.

    For example, Atomic Email Hunter will extract: dasha[AT], crawl at, etc along with ordinary email addresses. This option is active by default.

    Look through web-pages and consider adding as many replacing symbols as you can. Add them to the list of replacing symbols and click ‘Ok’ for saving the changes. Atomic Email Hunter will understand the code and extract more emails.


    First of all you should understand that Atomic Email Hunter works with html source and extracts email addresses directly from the html-code. But not from the text you see after loading the page.

    Atomic Email Hunter may skip some email addresses because webmasters may hide them using JavaScript. By default the program does not parse Java scripts, that’s why it will not find and extract such addresses as “” and “” within the code like

    function sendMail() {
    var link = ""
    + "?"
    + "&subject=" + escape("This is my subject")
    + "&body=" + escape(document.getElementById('myText').value)
    ; window.location.href = link;

    You cannot see and identify JavaScript right on the web-page because it’s a programming language. So it is available to see only in html mode. To open html in your web-browser do a right click on the page and select View page sourse.

    For making Atomic Email Hunter capable of processing JavaScript you need to activate the feature. Go to

    • Settings
    • Common settings
    • Advanced

    and tick the checkbox ‘Parse JavaScript’. Now Atomic Email Hunter will extract more email addresses. But be sure you really need it, because the program work-speed will be reduced.

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