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Recover EMail documents with EMail recovery software. It can recover electronic mail, received by any e-mail application (email client).

Recover email, stored in the popular email applications:

  • Alpine
  • Arachne
  • Balsa
  • BlitzMail
  • Citadel/UX
  • Classilla
  • Claws Mail
  • Columba
  • Cone
  • Elm
  • Evolution
  • fetchmail
  • getmail
  • GNUMail
  • Gnus
  • Gnuzilla
  • KMail
  • Mahogany
  • Mailody
  • Modest
  • Mozilla Thunderbird
  • Mulberry
  • Mutt
  • nmh / MH
  • Novell Evolution
  • RoundCube
  • SeaMonkey
  • sendEmail
  • SimpleMail
  • Spicebird
  • Sylpheed
  • Wanderlust
  • YAM
  • Zimbra

 

Recover email documents, stored by opensource email applications: 

  • ChatterEmail
  • Denshin 8 go
  • eM Client
  • Eudora
  • Foxmail
  • i.Scribe
  • IncrediMail
  • Mailsmith
  • Opera Mail
  • Wanderlust
  • Windows Live Mail

 

Recover eMail files from retail email clients:

  • Apple Mail
  • IBM Lotus Notes
  • InScribe
  • Microsoft Entourage
  • Microsoft Office Outlook
  • Novell GroupWise
  • Turnpike
  • Bloomba/WordPerfect Mail

 

Undelete email, stored in shareware email applications:

  • Becky
  • Eureka Email
  • Forté Agent
  • Gemini (mail/news)
  • GyazMail
  • Pocomail
  • The Bat!

 

Restore lost email from donationware email clients:   

  • Forté Agent
  • Pegasus Mail

This email recovery tool can even recover emails from discontinued email software:

  • Beonex Communicator
  • cc:Mail
  • Claris Emailer
  • Columbia MM
  • Courier
  • Cyberdog
  • Cyberjack
  • Hula
  • Meldware Communication Suite
  • Microsoft Internet Mail and News
  • MINUET
  • Mozilla Mail & Newsgroups
  • NeXTMail
  • Netscape Mail
  • Netscape Messenger 9
  • Omni Mobile
  • Outlook Express
  • Pine
  • POPmail
  • Windows Mail
  • Windows Messaging

All email in the electronic mail applications, listed above, is recovered automatically with this email file recovery software. Electronic mail, commonly called email or e-mail, is a method of exchanging digital messages across the Internet or other computer networks. Originally, email was transmitted directly from one user to another computer. This required both computers to be online at the same time, a la instant messenger. Today's email systems are based on a store-and-forward model. Email servers accept, forward, deliver and store messages. Users no longer need be online simultaneously and need only connect briefly, typically to an email server, for as long as it takes to send or receive messages.

An email message consists of two components, the message header, and the message body, which is the email's content. The message header contains control information, including, minimally, an originator's email address and one or more recipient addresses. Usually additional information is added, such as a subject header field.

Originally a text-only communications medium, email was extended to carry multi-media content attachments, a process standardized in RFC 2045 through 2049. Collectively, these RFCs have come to be called Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME).

The history of modern, global Internet e-mail services reaches back to the early ARPANET. Standards for encoding email messages were proposed as early as 1973 (RFC 561). Conversion from ARPANET to the Internet in the early 1980s produced the core of the current services. An email sent in the early 1970s looks quite similar to one sent on the Internet today.

Network-based email was initially exchanged on the ARPANET in extensions to the File Transfer Protocol (FTP), but is now carried by the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), first published as Internet standard 10 (RFC 821) in 1982. In the process of transporting email messages between systems, SMTP communicates delivery parameters using a message envelope separate from the message (header and body) itself.

Even emails, downloaded from any webmail services, are recovered too. This email file recovery software can recover deleted email files, downloaded on computer from:

  1. AOL Mail
  2. BITNETS
  3. BanglaCafe
  4. User:BigMan2010/The BlueKloud Company
  5. BlueMamba
  6. E-mail letter
  7. Eyejot
  8. Gawab
  9. Runbox
  10. Gmail
  11. Gmane
  12. GMX Mail
  13. Hotmail
  14. Hushmail
  15. Ilkposta
  16. In.com
  17. Lavabit
  18. Lux Scientiae
  19. MARC (archive)
  20. Mail.com Media
  21. Mail2web
  22. Mailinator
  23. MobileMe
  24. Oddpost
  25. Orkut
  26. PracticalGuy
  27. Rediff.com
  28. RocketMail
  29. Runbox
  30. Seznam.cz
  31. Spamgourmet
  32. Thaimail
  33. TrashMail
  34. Whitemail
  35. Yahoo! Groups
  36. Yahoo! Mail
  37. Zimbra

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