Create Apple Mail offline archives with the Backup Tool X

The new Mail Backup X Tool by InventPure helps you
Create Apple Mail Offline Archives

While Macs are less likely to be infected by viruses, hardware problems or some other kind of problems that are out of our control may appear and our data may get corrupted.

With this tool your data is finally safe. Even if it gets corrupted, you will be able to easily fix it using the backup made by this tool. That’s right, any kind of corrupted data can now be saved.

Almost everyone experienced some sort of data loss caused by such problems. If you value your information that much that you wish to pay for its safety, we are very happy to announce that a protecting software has finally been developed.

Mail Backup X, just like its name, it’s an application that creates backups for emails on Mac systems. It’s time to forget about your worries. Regardless of your email client, creating a backup for Outlook for Mac Emails, or Thunderbird, Apple Mail or online platforms like Gmail) is now possible.

The functions that this program accomplishes are very complex, but the UI was kept extremely simple, so any email user can safely and easily backup his data.

  1. Select where to distribute your backup

An amazing feature that assures you of the highest grade of protection is the distributed backup. This basically means that your data will be split in several volumes and it will be saved in different locations, including removable partitions like a portable HDD or USB memory stick, or even FTP servers or DVDs. Because the backup is split the chances to have you entire data corrupted are lower. Actually each volume has another copy, this way regardless of the suffered damaged, and it can be recovered completely.

  1. Supports IMAP 

Those two are the most popular protocols to store data. They work online or offline. You can backup any type of format, PST, RGE, MBOX, EML or EMLX.

  1. Incremental backup

This makes the whole process so much easier. This is basically a feature that makes the use of this program less manual. You select after how much time will the program automatically update, and backup the new emails that were stored during this time. You can also select the automatic sync option, which will update the backup file as soon as a new email is stored.

  1. Preview and Print option

To make sure you have everything backuped, we added a preview option. This one can be used to quickly check the saved data. There is another function that enhances use, and it is used to search and filter files. This is especially helpful when you only need certain emails. Because nowadays a mailbox contains thousands or tens of thousands of emails, a tool that helps you make sense out of such a great number of items is welcomed. You can also print that list.

  1. Export to several formats

Various types of formats are supported for export. Some of them are PST, EML, EMLX, and MBOX, RGE and even PDF and many more.

  1. Safety

Data corruption is not at all pleasant. We made this tool because we want to completely banish this worry. We took every precaution necessary for perfect results. Mail Backup X, will encrypt every backup it creates, so it can be accessed only by the authorized user. To minimize the chances of data loss we decided to create copies of each backup, so even if the original one gets damaged, the copy can take its place. To minimize the chances of corruption even more, we added the possibility to backup your data on safe locations, like USB drivers or portable HDD.

Mail Backup X, the backup tool that will keep you safe by offline archiving your apple mail files. Say goodbye to data loss and enjoy your corruption free experience.

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