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Today’s Giveaway: Beyond Inbox – Backup, Archive, Transfer, and Restore Your Email

Posted In Email, Utilities - By Techtiplib on Saturday, June 16th, 2012 With No Comments »

Catastrophe is usually a term reserved for a total hardware crash that results in the loss of critical data on your hard drive. But think about it — how many important messages are stored in your email inbox? Hundreds? Thousands? Tens of thousands? You may have an airtight strategy for protecting your computer, but did you ever think to devise one for your email?

First step? Get Beyond Inbox!

Beyond Inbox is the easy way to backup, archive, organize, transfer, and restore your email messages from any IMAP-enabled email client! With Beyond Inbox, you’ll never have to worry about falling victim to lost or corrupted email servers, hacked accounts, even forgotten passwords!

Backing up your email from one or many accounts is absurdly simple with Beyond Inbox. Backup your emails to another email account or store them on your computer’s hard drive as individual files in a non-proprietary open format. Best of all, if you choose to backup to your computer, you can easily search for specific information using Desktop Search, no matter which account it originated from!

Restoring your email messages in the event of a disaster is quick and easy, thanks to Beyond Inbox’s wonderful Drag and Drop Restore functionality — just drag your selected messages back to your IMAP account, and you’re good to go!

What about those emails that you want to keep, but aren’t necessarily critically important? Stop clogging up valuable inbox space, and instead use Beyond Inbox to archive them, in the same way you perform email backups!

For categorization purposes, nothing beats Beyond Inbox! Just search and tag selected email messages (such as payment confirmations), then either copy or move these messages to a different email account or file folder.

Beyond Inbox

Download free Beyond Inbox today

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