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Reading specific words from search engines

 
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I developed a software that search the emails from text then get these emails and display to the user. If user willing then by pressing button it stores in oracle database but with some checks e.g. if already exists then says already exist etc.

I want to upgrade that it should read emails for a specific keywords from known search engines or from the provided link.

Question:
1) How can I read emails from the search engines or provided link?

any help will be highly appreciated

Thanks & best regards
 
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"emails from the search engines"? Sorry, you'll have to explain.
 
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[ September 01, 2008: Message edited by: David O'Meara ]
 
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I'm not sure that we are comfortable with helping detect and gather emails from the internet.
I know I'm not.

If you can explain what you are trying to accomplish with this email gathering we may agree to help, but again possibly not.
 
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