Yes. Most of our corporate customers use BackRex Expert Backup to back up Outlook mail folders and Windows Mail or Outlook Express mail
boxes as long as personal settings and profile are stored on the employee computers. Using BackRex Backup for mail backup is very simple - you can do it with a few mouse clicks.
BackRex Expert Backup saves all user settings and customizations (also known as profile) such as desktop layout, sound and mouse cursor
schemes, power settings, toolbars and so on. It can also backup MS Office configuration and settings, Internet Explorer favorites, history and customizations, Outlook
Express mail folders and address book.
Using BackRex Outlook Backup you can transfer (migrate) all your Outlook data, including email, from/to any version of MS Outlook
(not Outlook Express). For Outlook Express we have a different tool - BackRex Outlook Express Backup.
BackRex Backup was designed to back up settings and profile(s) for MS Office and Windows. BackRex Expert Backup has an
option, which allows you to back up all recently used MS Office documents, such as Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint files, and all contents of the 'My
Yes. BackRex Easy and Expert Backup do save MS Office custom dictionary file.
Yes. We have two special products - BackRex Outlook Backup and BackRex Outlook Express Backup. Using these tools, you can back up
all Outlook or Windows Mail/Outlook Express data, including personal contacts, mail folders, address books, rules wizard, blocked senders list, etc. To back up your data, simply install
BackRex Outlook Backup (or BackRex Outlook Express Backup) and follow instructions on the screen - it's that simple.
Yes. BackRex Easy and Expert Backup save offline folders and all it's contents.
Current version of BackRex Backup tools provides backup support for Outlook, Windows Mail, Outlook Express, Eudora, The
Bat!, IncrediMail, Mozilla Thunderbird and Opera mail clients.
Unfortunately no. BackRex Backup tools cannot help you in this situation. To do such migration you can use internal import/export wizard
in Outlook or Outlook Express.
The frequency of mail backups depends on your daily mail flow and your needs. For example: if you have 2 - 5 emails per day, an appropriate
backup frequency is about once or twice per month.
Any other questions are always welcome. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or use an
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