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Static EMail Backup 2.5d | 2,94 MB

Static EMail Backup is an easy-to-use powerful backup tool. This backup tool can backup Outlook Express, Outlook, Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail,



Thunderbird, Incredimail messages and settings into an archive file with high compress ratio. You can also encrypt output archive with password protection. Static EMail Backup can backup your archive to CD/DVD writable device or upload to custom FTP server. Static EMail Backup also contains an output filename generator, the output archive filename can be generated with timestamp.

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