SysTools DBX Finder

SysTools DBX Finder crack/keygen

Version 1.0
Updated Aug 11th 2015
Rating 3.1
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Crack Size 907 KB
Downloads 1117
Systems Windows All
Category internet

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SysTools DBX Finder

Even though Outlook Express is no longer being used on a wide scale, large companies often still have a large number of DBX files present on their machines. These store important information from user accounts, such as messages, address lists and folders.

SysTools DBX Finder is a simple piece of software that can help you locate and centralize all DBX files on a network, should you wish to import them into other mail clients and extract their information.

To perform a search operation, you first need to insert the credentials of your network domain. The application automatically lists all the computers found, based on the provided information. You can even specify which drives the program should scan, to reduce processing time and narrow down the results.

SysTools DBX Finder displays detailed file information, including the name of the machine they were found on, their full path and file size.

Once you have located the files you wish to process, you can copy them to the computer the application is installed on. SysTools DBX Finder Crack allows you to select any number of items, and then specify where they should be saved.

Should you need to process the located files at a later date or simply want to keep detailed records of their locations and properties, you can save the generated list to a CSV file. The created document contains all extracted file data, such as their locations, names and sizes.

To conclude, SysTools DBX Finder is a simple software utility, designed to help you locate and organize all the Outlook Express DBX files present on a network. Its features are relatively straightforward, but it would help if the application included more comprehensive documentation, as some novice users may have problems understanding certain functions.

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