Backing up emails is usually a cumbersome task and the results are often not easily accessible nor very user friendly. These are the reasons that Mbox2xml was created.
We thought an email backup tool should have the following properties:
· Easy to use.
· The backups should be easily accessible, both for humans and computer programs.
· The tool should allow for automation, since it involves a backup task.
So it was decided that the program should store the emails in XML format which, together with a provided stylesheet, can be viewed in any modern webbrowser, no matter where the backup is stored.
Also, XML is easily imported by a growing number of applications. And if the tool was not only usable through a graphical user interface, but also from the command line, it could more easily be integrated in existing backup tasks
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Mbox2xml Cracked Version allows you to save your mail archive as an XML file.
The backup is:
1. Ascii (mailbox.ascii)
2..mbox (containing only header information)
3..mbox/Mailboxes (mbox format)
4..mbox/Mailboxes/Mailbox (imported maildir format)
5..mbox/Mailboxes/Mailbox (imported maildir format)
6..mbox/Mailboxes/[Mailbox] (imported maildir format)
7..mbox/Mailboxes/[Mailbox]/Info (imported maildir format)
8..mbox/Mailboxes/[Mailbox]/Info/Mailbox (imported maildir format)
The Mbox2xml can be used from a command line or a graphical user interface and includes a stylesheet which makes it also usable within a graphical user interface.
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· Easy to use
· Supports mailboxes and mailboxes as a subfolder of other mailboxes and as a subfolder of other subfolders and as a standalone file
· Fully compatible with the standards of other email clients
· Backup of only the selected mailboxes
· Fast file/folder backup
· Optional backup of the selected headers
· Optional backup of the selected recipients
· Optional backup of the selected keywords
· Optional backup of the selected attachments
· Support for selective backup
· Support for backup via SMTP
· Support for the Maildir and mbox formats
· Support for the Maildir format, mailboxes and mailboxes as subfolders, mailboxes as a subfolder and mailboxes as a standalone file
· Support for Maildir format, mailboxes and mailboxes as subfolders, mailboxes as a subfolder and mailboxes as a standalone file
· Support for XML (maildir, mbox)
· Support for.mbox and.mbox as subfolders
· Support for import of mbox archives
· Support for import of mbox archives
· Convert from Mbox to all kind of formats:.txt,.php,.html,.csv,.xml (plain text),.bak,.zip and.tgz
· Full history of changes made on the mbox source
· Save as file.bak,.zip,.tgz,.txt,.php,.html,.csv, or process directly from Mbox as database
· Export as.txt,.html,.csv and.bak (text, html, csv and.bak files)
· Full text searching
· Add a date, filename and/or path to generated backup files
· Generate a session information for each backup session (and import session from previous backup)
· Automatically detect and add to backup files the new session
· Compatible with pdftk (pdftk.exe)
· Free only for personal use.
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Mbox2xml is a tool to backup all your email messages, including attachments, into one file.
The main command line arguments are:
–title= –language= –browser
If the title, language and browser file aren’t specified, the default values are used.
To specify a title, use: –title=my title.
To specify a language use: –language=en, –language=de.
To specify a browser use: –browser=firefox.
The default browser is firefox.
To specify the location of the backup file, use: –backup=
The file name of the backup must be.mbox2xml.
The backup file type is always application/vnd.openxmlformats-
If the username is specified, the mailboxes files are created as: __backups.
The command line syntax is:
= any of the command line arguments
= one or more email addresses of the form firstname.lastname@example.org
–title= – the title for the backup
–language= – the language used to display the backup file
–browser – the full path to the browser in which the backup file
should be displayed
–backup= – the full path to the backup file
–username= – the username for the backup file (to support backup to sharepoint mailboxes)
–backup-only – for testing and demonstration purposes
–quota – the quota for the backup file (to support backup to sharepoint mailboxes)
–quota-free – the quota limit for the user (quota free doesn’t help when
–quota is not set, except when an existing quota is set to )
–quota-percent – the quota limit percentage for the user
–quota-free – the quota limit in percentage of the free space
–name – the name to be appended to the backup file
–head= – the full path to a directory
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Mbox2xml is a command line program that can export emails from a Mbox file into XML format. The exported file is called the backup file.
This program performs backups of the entire mailbox, or of a selected folder. This program can also perform incremental backups.
The program reads the message headers from the mailbox file and stores them in the XML backup file. The Mbox and backup files can be stored on any standard disk, and they can be stored on network or on a local hard drive.
1. Backup folders and messages from Mbox files.
2. Incremental backup of a folder or a message from an existing XML backup file.
3. Read only or read/write.
4. Locking of the backup file during the backup operation.
5. Compressed backup (Zipped backup).
6. Create XML documents on-the-fly.
7. Creating backups as archives (Zipped backup).
The backups can be read using a web browser (with the included stylesheet) or using a command line program. The web browser is easier to use and more user friendly, but the command line program is more powerful.
The program can be used from the command line, a GUI, or the command line and a GUI.
The command line use is more powerful, and is much easier to integrate in other programs.
This program supports multithreaded backups. It means that the backup operation can be performed concurrently with other operations (such as the system log).
Because the host computer can have multiple network interfaces and multiple networking protocols (such as ethernet, ethernet-switched, wifi, bluetooth, and infrared), there is a need to have a backup file per connection/protocol.
Support for these protocols can be added if the user wishes it.
The backup file is saved under the folder of the main program (where the configuration file is stored). It is automatically created if it does not already exist.
Backup of the configuration file is supported.
Support for all versions of mailboxes between v1.3 and v1.6.
Support for all hosts between Windows XP and Windows 7
Although email is known to be a bad thing, there can be cases when it is the best and the most convenient way to communicate. That is why Mbox2xml was created.
Mbox2xml is completely written in plain C code,
System Requirements For Mbox2xml:
Microsoft Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000. Minimum 1 GHz Pentium III processor. Minimum 512 MB RAM. The application software is intended for use on a host computer. Installation on other computers or on non-Windows operating systems is not supported.
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