MsgSave

MsgSave 5.2.0.0 (Crack + Keygen)

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MsgSave

MsgSave is a simple Outlook add-in that is designed to help you export and archive emails, so you can save precious time.

MsgSave email management software was designed to improve archiving, exporting, auditing and email sharing and follows years of continual development.

It enables users to copy, export or archive outlook emails to a storage device as well as store, manage and retrieve email across the whole organization ensuring regulatory compliance, business continuity and eDiscovery.

Email overburden can now be managed by saving email to defined folders on a network, PC or removable disk.  Attachments can be included or saved separately.  Filenames can be configured with date and time stamps, sender, recipient and subject etc.

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