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  • 1.  Two Best Approaches To Backup IMAP Emails Locally.

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    Posted Nov 29, 2021 04:57 AM
    If you are an IMAP-enabled email client user then you need to know the effective methods to backup IMAP emails Locally. In this regard, I have gone through an informative article to find out the best possible ways to accomplish this task. Thanks to this writeup that helped me to backup IMAP emails locally by using the manual approach. This article will provide you with the detailed stepwise procedure of a manual method that used Microsoft Outlook to perform this task. It is thoroughly explained in this article.

    This manual method is free to use however you need to be extra careful while performing this task. This approach has some limitations that induce the demand for opting for the professional software solution to accomplish this task. It is highly recommended by the experts in this field. It ensures high data integrity and maintains the original hierarchy of your file data. In this article, you will find the detailed working of such an IMAP Backup Software. 

    It has an interactive user interface that will allow you to perform the whole task without the need for any technical assistance. Additionally, you can try its free version to experience the advanced functionalities of this software.

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    Mike Foster
    Software Developer
    San Jose CA-95134, USA
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  • 2.  RE: Two Best Approaches To Backup IMAP Emails Locally.

    Posted Dec 15, 2021 07:08 AM
    You can Backup your IMAP Emails Locally, with the help of Cigati IMAP Backup Tool. It is one of the best utility to backup and Save IMAP Mailbox Data in Outlook PST, MBOX, MSG, EML, PDF, etc. Using this tool, you can eliminate the duplicate emails from the IMAP Data during the conversion.

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    Chris Anderson
    Cigati Solution
    New York City NY
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