Emails are a prime mode of information exchange in today’s world and people frequently use these in interacting in professional and personal spheres. There are several email applications and services that are available for the purpose. Sometimes, it might happen that you loose your important mails due to a sudden application failure or accidental web account deletion. Hence, there is an obvious need to create a suitable backup for your all important mails, for which you can try MailStore Home Email Archive 2.6. It supports backing up your emails, from different mail clients, in the form of ‘centralized archive’. The backed up emails can be easily viewed and even can be stored in a CD. It supports both email clients and POP/IMAP accounts, such as- Thunderbird, Windows Mail, Outlook Express, Gmail, Yahoo, etc.
MailStore Home Email Archive 2.6 opens with pleasant interface and the process for creating backup of emails is also easy to carry out. The maim screen of the program shows the different web applications listed on the left panel. With the first step requires you to ‘Import Messages’ from the desired email client. Expand and view the INBOX folder, after selecting it the folder and the mails get listed with the program. The program analyzes and collects the mails. With the ‘Extended Search’ feature you need to fill the given feature fields for starting the process. You can even undergo a search by the entering the keyword in the provided ‘Search’ field. Even if you want to create a backup CD, you need not to open another application as the feature relating to it is given in the program itself. The ‘Administrative Tools’ can be configured as per the requirements of the user. You can even get your mails reopened in your email client with ease.
MailStore Home Email Archive 2.6 ensures that you do not loose any important emails due to accident or unwanted deletion. Rated with 3.5 points, the program is proficient in creating back up, which can be opened with your email client anytime, without incurring any content loss.