Learn how to archive your emails with Mail Archiver X
All important Mail Clients are supported
- Entourage: 12
- Eudora: 6.0 or higher
- Mail: any version
- Postbox: 1.0 or higher
- Outlook: 14.0 or higher
- Powermail: 5.1 or higher
- Thunderbird: 3.0 or higher
Or archive directly from Gmail or iCloud without any mail client.
Exchange is supported for Apple Mail, and Microsoft Entourage and Outlook.
You can archive Gmail via your mail client or directly.
Archive mbox files
Mail Archiver X can archive mbox files without any mail client. For instance, even if you can't use Eudora on Lion anymore Mail Archiver X can import old mbox files from Eudora.
Built-in email viewer
The built-in browser has the familar 3-pane interface of every mail client.
There are 2 main formats: the internal database and - if you have a Filemaker license - a free and open Filemaker template. If you archive to the internal database you can export the complate or partial data to Evernote, Filemaker, PDF, mbox, Text (csv), or XML.
Each format has options to taylor the export to your needs. The screenshot shows the options for exporting to PDF.
Filemaker versions 10-13 are supported. Part of Mail Archiver X is a Filemaker database, that can be used for archiving mails.
Clean emails of unnecessary characters and code.
Set up once and forget: the Scheduler
It's just a bit annoying to remember to do something. This is why the Scheduler is the most important new feature of Mail Archiver X 3.
How to set up Mail Archiver X
Select your email client
Options for mailbox selection
Go to the next tabsheet Mailboxes.
Select if you want to move your mails to the trash after archiving. This will make your email client blazingly fast again. The mails are only deleted in your mail client and not in Mail Archiver X.
You also have the possibility to restrict archival by date or age of mails. Either you can use a date range (archive everything from 01-Jan-2013 to 01-Oct-2013) or in an age range (archive everything older than 100 days but younger than a year). You only have to use one date/age (archive everything older than 31-Dec-2013 or older than a year).