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Introduction
What is Extract Message for
Examples of Use
What's New
Version 2.1
Version 2.0
Version 1.3
Version 1.2
Offer for Beginners
Extract Message Description
Extract Message Configuration
Create a New Template
Web-form Data into a File (parsed keywords)
Web-form Data into a File (entered keywords)
Web-form Data into a Folder (parsed keywords)
Web-form Data into a Folder (entered keywords)
Sender into a Contact Folder
Sender into a PAB
Info into a File
Info into a Task Folder
Info into a Calendar Folder
Fields into a File
Fields into a Folder
Data into a File (blank template)
Data into a Folder (blank template)
Modify a Template
Advanced Template Definition
Define the Data Extraction
Map the Folder Fields
Set an invariable Value to the Folder Field
Extended Output File Dialog Box
Advanced File Options
Run a Program
Advanced Folder Options
Advanced Contact Folder Options
Copy a Template
Export/Import
Options Tab
Notes
Pseudo-fields
Address Fields in Contact
Name Fields in Contact
Data Type Conversion

Extract Message

1. Introduction

Extract Message action can automatically extracts the data from incoming or outgoing messages and stores them either into a File, Outlook Folder, or Personal Address Book.

Extract Message saves your time. You need not anymore reenter information that are included in an incoming or outgoing message. Extract Message automates this process.

1.1. What is Extract Message for

Extract Message extracts data information from an incoming/outgoing message fields (such as the sender‘s information, subject, message, delivery time etc.) or their segments.

Only text after keyword or selected range of characters can be extracted from the message field.

Extract Message stores extracted data into the File. You can define file type, append or create mode, horizontal or vertical arrangement, data separator, text qualifier and program to execute after output.

Extract Message stores extracted data into the Outlook Folder (such as Contacts, Tasks, Output, Calendar etc.) - folder standard fields (such as Full name, E-mail address, Mail address, etc.) or user defined fields (defined in form).

In case the selected folder is Contact folder you can specify what to do if contact item in contact folder already exists. It can be added, modified, not added, or removed.

In case the selected folder is Output folder the message is sent to an email address that is extracted from an incoming message or set to invariable value.

Extract Message stores an incoming message sender‘s information into the Personal Address Book.

1.2. Examples of Use

The web-form data sent from your web page to your Outlook inbox are recognized and automatically stored into a file or Outlook folder.

Sender/Recipient info can be extracted from an incoming/ougoing message and stored into delimited file or Contacts folder.

Autoresponding in a special format:

Forwarding extracted data in a special format to an email address (extracted from an incoming message or set to invariable value).

Extracted data stored into the file can be immediately processed with the other program (i.e. imported to the database file, transfer to the web).

 
1.3. What's New

1.3.1. In Version 2.1

template wizard:

processing:

 

1.3.2. In Version 2.0

InboxRules action:

 

1.3.3. In Version 1.3

template wizard:

processing:

new message fields:

 

1.3.4. In Version 1.2

template wizard:

processing:

new message fields:

new folder fields:

 

1.4. Offer for Beginners

In case you have troubles with template definition we can create your first template for you.

Please send us support@ornicusa.com an e-mail with description what do you want to extract from an incoming message (it's better to insert an example of a message) and where do you want to store the extracted information.

Enter "Extract Message beginner" into Subject.

 

2. Extract Message Description

Extract Message action extracts data information from an incoming or outgoing message fields (such as the sender’s information, subject, body, delivery time etc.) or their segments and stores it either into a File, Outlook folder, or Personal Address Book.

The way of data extraction and storing is defined in templates you can create or modify in Extract Message main dialog with template wizard. That is desribed below.

There are three basic types of templates providing three different types of data storing:

 

2.1. Extract Message Configuration 

In the Extract Message main dialog box (picture 2-1) you can create and modify templates defining data extraction from an incoming or outgoing message.


picture 2-1: Extract Message - main dialog box

The template can be also turned off without removing it by clearing the check box next to the template.

 

You can use following buttons:

New button to start the template wizard. It helps you to create a new template that defines data extraction from a message and extracted data storing (chapter 2.1.1).

Modify button to modify the selected template (chapter 2.1.2).

Copy button to create a copy of the selected template to the same new output template (chapter 2.1.3).

Insert button to insert a copy of template from the other Extract Message definitions (chapter 2.1.4).

Export/Import button to export all templates to a file or import templates from a file (chapter 2.1.5).

Rename button to change the name of the selected template.

Delete button to remove the selected template.

OK button to exit Extract Message dialog box with saving the changes.

Cancel button to exit Extract Message dialog box without saving the changes.

 

2.1.1. Create a New Template

Click New button in Extract Message main dialog box (picture 2-1) to start the template wizard. It helps you to create a new template that defines data extraction from a message and extracted data storing.

In Template Type dialog box select the type of template you want to create, click Next button and the template wizard will show you the way.

 

You can use following predefined types of templates:

Web-form Data into a File (parsed keywords)
Web-form data sent to inbox are extracted and stored into a file. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords are parsed from a web-form message (chapter 2.1.1.1).

Web-form Data into a File (entered keywords)
Web-form data sent to inbox are extracted and stored into a file. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords must be entered manually (chapter 2.1.1.2).

Web-form Data into a Folder (parsed keywords)
Web-form data sent to inbox are extracted and stored into a folder. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords are parsed from a web-form message (chapter 2.1.1.3).

Web-form Data into a Folder (entered keywords)
Web-form data sent to inbox are extracted and stored into a folder. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords must be entered manually (chapter 2.1.1.4).

Sender into a Contact folder
Sender name, e-mail address and subject are stored into a contact folder (chapter 2.1.1.5).

Sender into a PAB
Sender name and e-mail address are stored into a PAB (chapter 2.1.1.6).

Info into a File
Date of receipt, sender name, sender e-mail address and subject are stored into a file (chapter 2.1.1.7).

Info into a Task Folder
Subject, date of receipt and message are stored into a task folder (chapter 2.1.1.8).

Info into a Calendar  Folder
Subject, subject, date of receipt and message are stored into a calendar folder (chapter 2.1.1.9).

Fields into a File
Selected message fields are stored into a file (chapter 2.1.1.10).

Fields into a Folder
Selected message fields are stored into a folder (chapter 2.1.1.11).

Data into a File (blank template)
Advanced definition of storing the extracted data into a file (chapter 2.1.1.12).

Data into a Folder (blank template)
Advanced definition of storing the extracted data into a folder (chapter 2.1.1.13).

 

2.1.1.1 Web-form Data into a File (parsed keywords)

The form data sent from your web page to your Outlook inbox can be recognized and automatically stored into a file. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords are parsed from a web-form message.

E.g. you want to store data from the following message into the 'Extract Message.txt' file.


In the Select Web-form Message dialog box click Browse button and select the web-form message.


In the Choose Message dialog box select the folder and the message and click OK button.


Now you are again in the Select Web-form Message dialog box and you can see the subject of the selected message. Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords dialog box you can see found keywords. To remove some keyword(s) select it(them) and click Remove button. Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Output File dialog box click Browse button and select the output file or you can click Composed file name to compose the name of the file (Extended Output file dialog box).


In the Open File dialog box select the existing file or enter the new file and click Open button.


Now you are again in the Output File dialog box and you can see the path of the selected file. Click Next button to follow-up. Then you can set Advanced File Options or/and Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords Order dialog box is displayed a list of extracted data that will be stored into a file. Click Move Up or Move Down to change data order in the list box and so to change the data order in output file. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard or click Next to set advanced options (Run a Program).


 

2.1.1.2 Web-form Data into a File (entered keywords)

The form data sent from your web page to your Outlook inbox can be recognized and automatically stored into a file. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords must be entered manually.

E.g. you want to store data from the following message into the 'Extract Message.txt' file.


In the Keywords dialog box you must enter required keywords. To add a new keyword into the Keywords list box enter it to Add new edit control and click Add button.

You can select the Sorted checkbox to sort the keywords. New keywords will be inserted into the Keywords list and the list will be sorted. In case of clearing the Sorted check box new keywords will be added to the end of the Keywords list.

If all required keywords are entered click Next button.


In the Output File dialog box click Browse button and select the output file or you can click Composed file name to compose the name of the file (Extended Output file dialog box).


In the Open File dialog box select the existing file or enter the new file and click Open button.


Now you are again in the Output File dialog box and you can see the path of the selected file. Click Next button to follow-up. Then you can set Advanced File Options or/and Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords Order dialog box is displayed a list of extracted data that will be stored into a file. Click Move Up or Move Down to change data order in the list box and so to change the data order in output file. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard or click Next to set advanced options (Run a Program).


 

2.1.1.3 Web-form Data into a Folder (parsed keywords)

The form data sent from your web page to your Outlook inbox can be recognized and automatically stored into an Outlook folder. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords are parsed from a web-form message.

E.g. you want to store data from the following message into the 'Contacts' folder.


In the Select Web-form Message dialog box click Browse button and select the web-form message.


In the Choose Message dialog box select the folder and the message and click OK button.


Now you are again in the Select Web-form Message dialog box and you can see the subject of the selected message. Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords dialog box you can see found keywords. To remove some keyword(s) select it(them) and click Remove button. Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Contacts' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Folder Options click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.

 

2.1.1.4 Web-form Data into a Folder (entered keywords)

The form data sent from your web page to your Outlook inbox can be recognized and automatically stored into an Outlook folder. Data are recognized as a text starting on the right of the keyword (with ':' behind) to the end of the line. Keywords must be entered manually.

E.g. you want to store data from the following message into the 'Contacts' folder.


In the Keywords dialog box you must enter required keywords. To add a new keyword into the Keywords list box enter it to Add new edit control and click Add button.

You can select the Sorted checkbox to sort the keywords. New keywords will be inserted into the Keywords list and the list will be sorted. In case of clearing the Sorted check box new keywords will be added to the end of the Keywords list.

If all required keywords are entered click Next button.


In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Contacts' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Folder Options click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.

 

2.1.1.5 Sender into a Contact Folder

Sender name, e-mail address and subject are stored into a contact folder.

E.g. you want to store data from an incoming message into the 'Contacts' folder.

In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Contacts' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Folder Options click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.


 

2.1.1.6 Sender into a PAB

Sender name and e-mail address are stored into a Personal Address Book.

In PAB dialog box specify what to do if a contact item in the PAB already exists, which means that e-mail address of the new contact is found in any contact of the PAB:

Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

 

2.1.1.7 Info into a File

Date of receipt, sender name, sender e-mail address and subject are stored into a file.

E.g. you want to store data from an incoming message into the 'Extract Message.txt' file.

In the Output File dialog box click Browse button and select the output file or you can click Composed file name to compose the name of the file (Extended Output file dialog box).


In the Open File dialog box select the existing file or enter the new file and click Open button.


Now you are again in the Output File dialog box and you can see the path of the selected file. Click Next button to follow-up. Then you can set Advanced File Options or/and Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords Order dialog box is displayed a list of extracted data that will be stored into a file. Click Move Up or Move Down to change data order in the list box and so to change the data order in output file. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard or click Next to set advanced options (Run a Program).


 

2.1.1.8 Info into a Task Folder

Subject, date of receipt, message and importance are stored into a task folder.

E.g. you want to store data from an incoming message into the 'Tasks' folder.

In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Tasks' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Folder Options click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.

 

2.1.1.9 Info into a Calendar Folder

Subject, date of receipt, message, sender's e-mail address and importance are stored into a calendar folder.

E.g. you want to store data from an incoming message into the 'Calendar' folder.

In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Calendar' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Calendar Folder Options dialog box click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.


In the Advanced Calendar Folder Options dialog box you can set options. Then click Finish button to exit the template wizard.


controls description:

Categories
Entered categories separated with semicolon will be set in new/modified calendar entry.

Importance
Selected Importance level will be set in new/modified calendar entry.

Sensitivity
Selected Sensitivity level will be set in new/modified calendar entry.

Show time as
Selected Show time as option will be set in new/modified calendar entry.

Duration
Selected Duration value will be set in new/modified calendar entry.

Reminder
Selected Reminder value will be set in new/modified calendar entry.

 

2.1.1.10 Fields into a File

Selected message fields are stored into a file.

E.g. you want to store Sender Name, Sender E-mail Address and Subject from an incoming message into the 'extract.txt' file.

In the Message Fields dialog box you must added required fields. To add a field to the E-mail fields list box select required message field in Add new list box and click Add button.

You can select the Sorted checkbox to sort the fields. New keywords will be inserted into the E-mail fields listbox and the list will be sorted. In case of clearing the Sorted check box new keywords will be added to the end of the E-mail fields list.

If all required fields are entered click Next button.


In the Output File dialog box click Browse button and select the output file or you can click Composed file name to compose the name of the file (Extended Output file dialog box).


In the Open File dialog box select the existing file or enter the new file and click Open button.


Now you are again in the Output File dialog box and you can see the path of the selected file. Click Next button to follow-up. Then you can set Advanced File Options or/and Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords Order dialog box is displayed a list of extracted data that will be stored into a file. Click Move Up or Move Down to change data order in the list box and so to change the data order in output file. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard or click Next to set advanced options (Run a Program).


 

2.1.1.11 Fields into a Folder

Selected message fields are stored into a folder.

E.g. you want to store Sender Name, Sender E-mail Address and Subject from an incoming message into the 'Contacts' folder.

In the Message Fields dialog box you must added required fields. To add a field to the E-mail fields list box select required message field in Add new list box and click Add button.

You can select the Sorted checkbox to sort the fields. New keywords will be inserted into the E-mail fields listbox and the list will be sorted. In case of clearing the Sorted check box new keywords will be added to the end of the E-mail fields list.

If all required fields are entered click Next button.


In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Contacts' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Folder Options click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.


 

2.1.1.12 Data into a File (blank template)

Advanced definition of storing the extracted data into a file.

E.g. you want to store data from the following message into the 'extract.txt' file.


In the Data dialog box click Define Data Extraction button to Define the Data Extraction.


Now you are again in the Data dialog box and you can see defined data. Click Next button to follow-up.

In the Output File dialog box click Browse button and select the output file or you can click Composed file name to compose the name of the file (Extended Output file dialog box).


In the Open File dialog box select the existing file or enter the new file and click Open button.


Now you are again in the Output File dialog box and you can see the path of the selected file. Click Next button to follow-up. Then you can set Advanced File Options or/and Click Next button to follow-up.


In the Keywords Order dialog box is displayed a list of extracted data that will be stored into a file. Click Move Up or Move Down to change data order in the list box and so to change the data order in output file. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard or click Next to set advanced options (Run a Program).

 

2.1.1.13 Data into a Folder (blank template)

Advanced definition of storing the extracted data into a folder.

E.g. you want to store data from the following message into the 'Contacts' folder.


In the Data dialog box click Define Data Extraction button to Define the Data Extraction.


Now you are again in the Data dialog box and you can see defined data. Click Next button to follow-up.

In the Select Folder dialog box click 'Contacts' folder and click Next button.


In the Folder Fields Mapping dialog box you can see contact fields mapping from the extracted data. The fields can be automatically premapped according to some data names. Click Finish button to exit the template wizard.

To set Advanced Folder Options click Next button or to adjust the fields (Map the Folder Fields) click Map Folder Fields button.

 

2.1.2. Modify a Template

Select the template in Templates list box in Extract Message main dialog box (picture 2-1) and click Modify button to start the template wizard. It helps you to modify the selected template that defines data extraction from a message and extracted data storing.

The basic type of the modifying template is selected in Template Type dialog box. Click Next button and the template wizard will show you the way.

If you want to store the same data into the file instead of the folder you can change the basic type.

 

Wizard styles according to basic types:

Data into a File
The wizard style is identical to Data into a File (blank template) type. See chapter 2.1.1.12.

Data into a Folder
The wizard style is identical to Data into a Folder (blank template) type. See chapter 2.1.1.13.

Sender into a PAB
The wizard style is identical to Sender into a PAB type. See (chapter 2.1.1.6).

 

2.1.3. Advanced Template Definition

2.1.3.1. Define the Data Extraction

In this chapter I explain you how to define data extraction from the message.

E.g. you want to extract data from the following message.


To define 'Title' extraction select the 'Message' field in Definition of Data Extraction dialog box and click Add button. Then enter the 'Title:' keyword into the After edit control. To define the other data proceed similarly.

Click OK button to exit the dialog box.

 

controls description:

Add
Select required message field(s) and click Add to add it(them) to Extracted data description list box. More identical message fields can be added.

Keywords
Select data in Extracted data description list box and click Remove to remove it from the list box.

Keywords
Check this radio button to make active the data extraction based on after (and/or before) keyword(s).

After
Only text starting on the right of the entered keyword (usually a text with ':' behind) is extracted from the message field. Extraction based on keywords is active if the Keywords radio button is checked. If After edit control is empty:

Before
Only text before entered keyword (usually a text with ':' behind) is extracted from the message field. Extraction based on keywords is active if the Keywords radio button is checked. If Before edit control is empty:

Position
Check this radio button to make active the data extraction based on position range of characters. First click Browse button to select the example message for characters range setting. Then click Set position button to select a range of message field characters in Select Range of Characters dialog box. In Select Range of Characters dialog box select the text in edit control, point with mouse to selected text, press right mouse button and choose New option in context menu (see the picture below). Then close the Select Range of Characters dialog box.


 

2.1.3.2. Map the Folder Fields

In this chapter I explain you how to map folder fields from extracted data.

To map the 'Title' field select the 'Title' in From extracted data list box and 'Title' field in To folder fields list view and click Map to button. To map the other folder fields proceed similarly.

Click OK button to exit the dialog box.

 

controls description:

Map to
Select extracted data item and appropriate destination folder field and click Map to button to set the folder field mapping.

Unmap
Select folder field and click Unmap to clear the folder field mapping.

Clear map
Click Clear map button to clear the mapping of all folder fields.

Properties
Select the mapped folder field and click Properties button to set the way of storing the extracted data into the folder field (Folder Field Properties dialog box). The data can be written (original value is deleted) or can be appended to the original text value.


controls description:

Append
Select a check box and data will be appended to the original text value. Clear the check box and data will be written and original value will be deleted.

Use data separator
Select a separator to separate appended data.

 

2.1.3.3. Set an Invariable Value to a Folder Field

In this chapter I explain you how to set an invariable value to an output folder field instead of mapping it. The value can contain a text, email address, number, logical value or data_time (see Data Type Conversion). Besides the value can contain a variable that represents an extracted data in format %Variable%.

For example, you want to sent a notice in a special format (see the picture below) to a sender that his message has arrived. Or you want to forward extracted data to an invariable email address.

To set a value of the 'Message' field select the 'Message' field in To folder fields list view and click Properties button.

 

controls description:

Properties
You can set an invariable value of the folder field in edit control (Folder Field Properties dialog box). To insert an extracted data variable to the edit control click right mouse button over the place where you want to put it. Then choice an extracted data item by left mouse button double click. For example, to select 'Subject', the %Subject% string will be inserted to edit control. Then if a message comes to the inbox, the %Subject% string will be replaced by 'Subject' field value.


 

2.1.3.4. Extended Output File Dialog Box

In this chapter I describe you the File dialog controls that are displayed after Composed file name selection. Thus you can set the variable file name. 

controls description:

File of type
Displays selected output file type. To change the type choose the type from list box.

Prefix
You can enter here the prefix of the file name.

Extracted data
You can select the extracted data value in the file name.

Year, Month, Day, Time
You can set the actual Date and Time in the file name.

Extension
You can select the extension of the file name.

Path
Here is the preview of the file name.

 

2.1.3.5. Advanced File Options

In this chapter I describe you the Advanced File Options dialog controls.

controls description:

File mode
Select the File mode:

File structure
Select the File structure:

Data separator
Select data separator to separate retrieved data (for horizontal mode only) and enter separator if 'Another' separator is selected.

Text qualifier
Select text qualifier to enclose each retrieved data.

Remove
Select the check box to remove leading and trailing spaces from the extracted data.

 

2.1.3.6. Run a Program

In this chapter I explain you how to run a program after storing the extracted data into the file:

 

2.1.3.7. Advanced Folder Options

In this chapter I describe you the Advanced Folder dialog controls. The entered or selected values are stored in appropriate folder fields implicitly.

controls description:

Categories
Entered categories separated with semicolon will be set in new/modified folder item.

Flag for Follow Up
Select the check box and the Flag-for-Follow-Up will be set in new/modified folder item.

Importance
Selected Importance level will be set in new/modified folder item.

Sensitivity
Selected Sensitivity level will be set in new/modified folder item.

 

2.1.3.8. Advanced Contact Folder Options

In Advanced Contact Folder dialog box you can specify what to do if a contact item in contact folder already exists, which means that e-mail address of a new contact is found in any contact of selected contact folder:

 

2.1.4. Copy a Template

Select the template in Templates list box in Extract Message main dialog box (picture 2-1) and click Copy button. Then the same new template is created.

 

2.1.5. Export/Import

Click Export/Import button in Extract Message main dialog box (picture 2-1) to export all templates to a file or import templates from a file.

export:

import:

 

2.1.6. Options Tab

Click Options tab in Extract Message main dialog box (picture 2-1) to set the options.

 

2.1.7. Notes

2.1.7.1. Pseudo-fields

To allow to extracted data and stored them into not existing folder item fields we defined following pseudo-fields:

2.1.7.2. Address Fields in Contact

Address composition
In case you store the data into some of Business_Address_Street, Business_Address_Street_2, Business_ Address_Street_3, Business_Address_City, Business_Address_State, Business_Address_Zip and Business_Address_Country fields, then the Business Address field will be composed automatically. Similarly  Home_Address and Other_Address fields.

Mailing address setting
If you stored the data into more than one type of address fields, they are set like mailing address in following order: Business, Home and Other.

2.1.7.3. Name Fields in Contact

Name composition
In case you store the data into some of Title, First_Name, Middle_Name, Last_Name and Suffix fields, then the Full_Name field will be composed automatically.

Name parsing
In case you store the data into Full_Name field, the Full_Name will be parsed to Title, First_ Name, Middle_ Name, Last_ Name and Suffix fields.

Full Name setting
It is good idea to extracted Sender_Name message field and store it into Full_Name folder field.

2.1.7.4. Data Type Conversion

The following extracted data conversion to folder fields (excluding user-defined-fields - only same types of source and destination value) are supported:

 From data   Expected value of From data  To field
 Text nn...n, where n={0,1,...9}  Number
 Text nn...n, where n={0,1,...9}  Percent
 Text nn...n, where n={0,1,...9}  Currency 
 Text YES/NO, TRUE/FALSE, ON/OFF, 1/0  Yes/No
 Date/Time    Text
 Yes/No    Text
 Yes/No    Number
 Number    Text
 Number 1/0  Yes/No
Generated: May 03 2005 12:46:14
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