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Another Easy Email Backup Software: MailStore Home

Another Easy Email Backup Software: MailStore Home

There are many Email backup tools that you can download and use to backup all your email, just in case the worse happens. Here’s another one that you may like. Last month Gmail experienced some problems and a lot many of its users lost all their precious e-mails and to prevent such things from destroying your life, it’s better to be prepared. To backup your Gmail account there is already the Gmail Backup tool or the web service known as Backupify.

But, it’s always better that you have a copy of all your emails on your hard drive or your USB drive too, apart from just a cloud backup. This software is known as MailStore Home and is exactly what I was looking for, and I’m pretty sure you’d like it too. It’s really very simple to use and backs-up a lot of other accounts rather than only Gmail, Yahoo or Windows Mail. So what other features does MailStore Home have? Here you go :

  • Back up internet mailboxes such as Gmail or Yahoo Mail
  • Any mailboxes using POP3 or IMAP
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010
  • Microsoft Outlook Express and Windows Mail
  • Microsoft Exchange Server and Hosted Exchange
  • Mozilla Thunderbird and SeaMonkey
  • .EML and other email files

The MailStore Home is a Windows only software and won’t cost you anything. Download and learn more about it here and back-up your email accounts now. You can also back-up your mail to a USB flash/hard drive and carry it around with you. Download the MailStore Home Portable from here.

[ Via LifeHacker ]

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