Recover My Email

Recover My Email (Crack + Keygen)

Rating 3.3
552 3.3
Crack Size 32.2 MB
Downloads 5353
Systems Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 2003

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Recover My Email

Recover My Email is a software program that can be used in order to retrieve deleted mail messages and attachments from Microsoft Outlook, as well as from proprietary e-mail files.

The installation process does not last very long, while the layout can be described as well-organized and clean. It is comprised of a small menu bar, a few buttons and some panes which enable you to view a folder structure, event logs, attachments, a few details about e-mails and the actual message. Help documents are included, which means that all types of users can learn how to properly work with Recover My Email, without facing difficulties.

First and foremost, you should know it is not necessary to have Outlook installed on your computer, as you can easily start the recovering process by uploading a PST, OST or DBX items with the help of a file browser.

It is possible to view details pertaining to recovered messages such as sender, subject, date and time at which it was received, size (expressed in KB) and ID, whereas attachments can be viewed separately with file name and size.

An advanced search function enables you to find a specific message faster, while from the settings panel you can easily enable or disable logging, show empty folders and show tips on startup. Selected e-mails can be saved to the hard drive using a PST, EML or MSG file format.

To wrap it up, Recover My Email Crack is a handy piece of software for those interested in recovering their Outlook mail messages, and a good choice for all types of users. All tasks are completed in a timely fashion, the computer’s performance is not going to be affected and our tests did not reveal any kind of hangs or freezes.

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