|Crack Size||32.1 MB|
GetData Pty Ltd
|Systems||Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2003|
Recover My Email is an application designed to extract emails from Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express files with the .pst, .ost and .dbx extension, even corrupt or accidentally deleted ones.
It offers support for Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 (both 32-bit and 64-bit versions) and all Outlook Express editions. Outlook or an equivalent MAPI (Microsoft Application Program Interface) must be installed only if you want to save extracted messages as PST or MSG files. Otherwise, they can be saved as EML.
After a speedy setup operation which shouldn't give you any trouble, you're greeted by a user-friendly interface made from a professional-looking window split into multiple panes, where you can get started by indicating the file you want to extra data from.
The scanner may take a while, depending on the file size. Results are hierarchically displayed in a folder view, where you can check out various categories, such as incomplete items, recovered messages, and retrieved personal folders.
All messages from a specified group can be explored, including the sender's name, receiver's email address, subject, received date and time, size, and message ID.
The contents of a selected email can be previewed in the main window in HTML or hexadecimal format. Plus, you can use a basic search tool to track down text, copy selected text to the Clipboard, or print information. Advanced users may examine message properties and values.
One or more selected messages can be saved to .pst, .eml, .msg or .list filetype. Furthermore, Recover My Email puts an advanced search function at your disposal, enabling you to find messages by sender, receiver and subject, as well as date, size, attachment and ID ranges. Messages with empty and unknown bodies can be included or excluded.
To sum it up, Recover My Email comes bundled with rich and approachable options for extracting and saving Outlook and Outlook Express messages.