Mail Archiver X 1.6.1 reviewDownload
For many people email has effectively replaced snail mail.
For many people email has effectively replaced snail mail. More and more emails land daily in your inbox. However, the basic handling and storage of emails has stayed the same since the day email was invented. Mail Archiver sets out to help you with the storage of emails.
Here are some key features of "Mail Archiver X":
Keep your mails at one place.
Exchange your mail archive with others or use archives as a backup.
Read your mail, after you have changed your mail application.
Filter out garbage.
Mail Archiver X uses the fastest available database Valentina from Paradigma Software.
Mail Archiver X is the only mail archival application, which also offers cleaning of mails.
Mail Archiver X utilizes a hypbrid approach with AppleScript. AS is only used where required, which makes Mail Archiver X much faster than comparable applications.
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(Feature) Bugs and Features now have numbers.
(Feature 432) The website now has an RSS Feed.
(Feature 804) Parser: Added support for uuencoded mails.
(Feauture 423) The user reference section of the manual is now online.
(Bug 794) Parser: Dates from 1999 and beyond produced bogus dates.
(Bug 797) Parser: Time is archived again.
(Bug 798) Parser: For some attachments the names showed an equal sign.
(Bug 796) Parser: The encoding IsoLatin1 is now set to MacRomanLatin1.
(Bug 799) Parser: UTF8 encoded attachment names are now recognized.
(Bug 803) Parser: The timeout for archiving to Filemaker has been increased so that the error -1712 doesn’t show up anymore when archiving large messages to Filemaker.
(Bug 795) Parser: When the same attachment was in the same message two times - once as quoted printable and once as base 64 encoded - the attachment is now archived only once.
(Bug 800) Parser: The error 1728 doesn’t occur anymore when archiving to Filemaker with Filemaker Pro Advanced.
(Bug 807) Parser: Some attachments (with an en dash) caused the attachment name to be blank, which led to all sorts of problems with this attachment. For instance the Filemaker export asked for a file.
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