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How to backup and archive emails from different services into a centralized place?

Archiving and backing up of emails are important in order to find an important data quickly and easily whenever required. Of course you could store your emails in the cloud with services like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL, etc or could be archive them with email clients like Outlook, but MailStore Home does all these jobs excellently. It could archives and consolidates all email messages from different cervices in a centralized place.

You can imports mails from many different email services (Gmail, Yahoo mail) and software (Outlook, Thunderbird, POP3/IMAP), and offers lightning-fast search. You can find an important data quickly by searching through your archive, even if you use multiple services for your emails.

Most important features of MailStore Home are: 1. Easy to use-anyone can configure it, 2. Search all your email within fractions of a second (incl. the contents of attached documents), 3. Integrated CD/DVD burning utility to backup your archives with just one click, 4. To conserve disk space, MailStore Home saves only a single instance of each attachment and applies a smart compression algorithm.

The free software supports Windows 2000/XP/2003 and Windows Vista


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