Microsoft Outlook extractor for Office 365
This extractor is based on IMAP. It allows you to download emails and their attachments from Office 365 accounts.
To configure the connection, please specify following parameters in IMAP Settings:
Your email address, for example: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address of the IMAP server. Use outlook.office365.com for Office 365.
Port of the IMAP server. Use 993 for Office 365.
Add Row button and name the row accordingly.
Fill in a
Search query to filter only the emails you want. By default all emails are downloaded. The most common usecase would be to filter the emails
by the Subject and Sender, e.g.
(FROM "email@example.com" SUBJECT "the subject"). You can create much more complex queries if needed.
Refer to the query syntax for more examples.
Folder to get the emails from. Defaults to the root folder
INBOX. For example a label name in GMAIL = folder.
When checked, emails that have been extracted will be marked as seen in the inbox.
Use this field to filter only emails received since the specified date. This field supports fixed dates in a format
YYYY-MM-DD as well as
relative date period e.g.
1 month ago,
2 days ago, etc. We recommend setting this to cover some safety interval, for example
2 days ago when
scheduled to run every day. The data is always upserted incrementally, so there won’t be any duplicates in the resulting table.
Check this option to download email content.
When set to true, also the attachments will be downloaded. You may use regex pattern to filter only attachments that are matching your definition.
For example to match only pdf files you can use
By default, the files are downloaded into the File Storage. Use processors to control the behaviour.
Single table named
emails containing the email contents.
The results are always inserted incrementally to avoid duplicates.
['pk', 'uid', 'mail_box', 'date', 'from', 'to', 'body', 'headers', 'number_of_attachments', 'size']
Attachments are stored by default in the File Storage prefixed by the generated message pk.
The files will contain additional tags to distinguish the source:
Additional tags can be specified by the Create File Manifest processor or further processed and stored in the Table Storage by other processors.