Hunter for Firefox
Hunter's Firefox add-on lets you immediately find the email addresses behind the website you're browsing.

Add to Firefox (It's free)
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Find email addresses from any website

Find who to contact when you visit a website.

Get immediately a list of email addresses associated with the website and their public sources.

Email Finder in the Firefox Add-on

Type a name to find the email address of anyone.

If you're looking to contact a specific person, type the name to find the email address.

Author Finder in the Firefox Add-on

Find the author of online articles

When you're reading an article, just click the extension to get the email address of the author.

Finding emails will be the easiest part of your job

"It's magic. I go to a website and can immediately get email addresses - complete with a confidence score so I can gauge how accurate the info is. This has saved me hours and loads of frustration. Highly recommend."
Patricia Browne
Patricia Browne
Lead Generation Specialist
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Common questions about the extension

Is Hunter's Firefox add-on free to use?

Yes. It requires a free account that provides 25 free searches/month. Your can upgrade your account for more.

How do the email searches on websites work?

Each time you visit a website, click Hunter's icon in Firefox to get a list of email addresses directly in your browser.

The add-on displays every email address found on the web associated with the domain name of the site you're visiting. For each email address, the extension will provide the sources where the email was found along with its discovery date.

Does the add-on scrape email addresses on the pages I'm visiting?

No, the add-on will never save data from the content of the pages you visit. The email addresses displayed are exclusively email addresses our own crawlers found public on the web.

How many leads can I save?

There is no limit on how many you can save. The only limit is the number of email addresses you can search, defined by your plan.

How can I uninstall the add-on?

Visit the add-on page and click "Remove". You can also remove it from the add-ons manager in Firefox.