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Easy Mail Recovery 2.0 Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Easy Mail Recovery 2.0

Easy Mail Recovery is a special program that lets anyone retrieve deleted emails.
$59.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 174 20 comments

Easy Mail Recovery 2.0 was available as a giveaway on July 4, 2014!

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A duplicate file management tool that can help you find and delete duplicate.

Easy Mail Recovery is a program for Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express recovery. It’s developed in order to help any user recover their mail databases in short time. The program works with PST and DBX, EML, TXT, VCF files and recovers as much data as possible.

The preview shows the exact amount of recoverable data. Easy Mail Recovery works on Windows and fully supports Unicode.

To purchase a personal license (including support and updates) at 70% discount please follow this direct link. If you’d like to purchase a business or a service license, please notify us via email: sales@munsoft.com

System Requirements:

Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, NT/ 2000/ 2003/ SBS2003





File Size:

15 MB



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Giovanni - can you suggest programs to manage and archive my outlook express emails in a database independent of "MS Outlook Express" - that is something that works better and allows easy searches and reliable searches - OE sometimes fails to find emails I know are there?
Thanks man.

Reply   |   Comment by Ray Hines  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

be nice if there was a program like this for yahoo and hotmail.

Reply   |   Comment by perry  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

sadly this program is lacking in accessibility. it took three tries to figure out how to regester it and locate all the slots and graphical items to click on, then I could not find the proper operational buttons again, due to there being marked in graphics which a screan reader like the blind use are required to use and can't figure out a graphics intent without additional programming on the part of the product producer company. so a multi thumbs down on the accessibility front to this product.

Reply   |   Comment by blind computer user  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Today's developer talks about "recovery" as if the patient -- your emails -- is either catatonic or darn near dead. What rubbish. Apart from the fact that Outlook Express was replaced by Windows Mail which was replaced by Live Mail which will soon be replaced by who-knows-what from a demented Microsoft . . . all such email clients have easy-peasy export (backup) and import (restore) routines. Today's software is a cure for a condition that doesn't exist -- or, if it does, then it's the user's supreme stupidity for allowing such to happen and gamblilng that there'll be 100% "recovery" (there never, ever, is.) Thanks, GOTD, but no thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Tried to put this in the suggestions box but it won't accept my capcha entry!

It mentions eml files in the file list but only outlook & Express in the client list. Working with all common clients would be a good addition. I use Thunderbird for example!

Reply   |   Comment by Dave Kent  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Giovanni, I had a look at the two links you offered up today, and I'm confused. Wise Data Recovery seems, by reading their site, to be a standard file undelete tool (plenty of those out there) and undbx is a "Tool to extract, recover and undelete e-mail messages from Outlook Express .dbx files." -- no help for Outlook in there, if you don't have the old and rather crippled Outlook Express.

The other links you offer from M$ are only of use if the Outlook data store is damaged or corrupted -- deleting an e-mail, then emptying the deleted e-mail folder does not damage or corrupt the repo, so those aren't of any help.

For the record, I use Outlook 2013 (part of Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013), and I know many others who do also. Granted, I haven't lost a critical e-mail in a very long time, largely because I rarely empty my Deleted folder, and I've got lots of drive space.

Still, if I did, and I really needed that e-mail, then neither today's offering, nor any of your suggested free alternatives, would truly help. However, undbx would help my aging neighbour, who does still use Outlook Express, so I will keep that in mind.

Reply   |   Comment by Daniel Bragg  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

There are a number of replies that say, simply, "you don't need to recover deleted e-mails, just restore your backup."

Obviously, you've never missed a backup, and you backup on a daily basis, always after every new e-mail run. Oh, and you never help neighbours or friends with lost e-mails. You have a wonderful life. Carry on, then, there's nothing to see here. Don't bother commenting.

For the rest of us, a tool like this could be very useful, 1) if it works (thanks, Marek, for your testing), and 2) if it were portable or at least very cheap ($60 is a complete no-go on this count).

If it were cheap, I could purchase and install it on my neighbour's computer when he calls for the second time because his shaking hands deleted an e-mail he wanted kept, but he didn't realize it until after he emptied his deleted folder.

For those who live in pristine worlds, don't bother telling the rest of us how backups save data. We get that -- the rest of the world doesn't. Why do you think there are so many undelete/unformat tools out there?

Reply   |   Comment by Daniel Bragg  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Outlook Express no longer works in Win 8.1 - it's Windows Live Mail

Reply   |   Comment by Thomas Roberts  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

I am running Windows 7 Home Premium with M.S. Office 2010, which includes Outlook.

Outlook .pst files are automatically kept in C://User/[computer name]/My Documents/Outlook Files/[Outlook Email Name].pst.

To backup the .pst file -

1. Go to the above directory (C://User/.....etc)
2. Highlight [Outlook Email Name].pst by LEFT clicking on the file name.
2a. In some cases, you may have to LEFT click and drag the mouse over the file to highlight it.
3. Press CTRL + C (or RIGHT click on the file and then LEFT click on "Copy")to copy the file
4. Go to wherever you want to save the backup
5. LEFT click where you want to place the file to put the cursor there
6. Press CTRL + V (or RIGHT click where the cursor is flashing and then LEFT click on "Paste") to deposit the .pst file in the backup directory or drive or Cloud storage space.

IMHO, There is no need for a "backup program" to do this unless you want automate and/or schedule the process.

Reply   |   Comment by Larry T  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I have this in a previous giveaway of Munsoft Data recovery Suite and in version so if you have the same, don't waste time and resources re-downloading.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

I still use Outlook as email client.

There is no need to "recover" your Outlook email. You can do a backup.

I backup my IE settings and all my Outlook data using Static Backup8.
It completes the task in less than 20 seconds.

Alternatively, here is how you can back up PST files manually and easily without any additional software.

Go to Control Panel
Click on Mail
A dialogue box opens
Click on Data Files
A dialogue box opens
Click on Open Folder
Then choose the Outlook.PST file and Ctrl C to copy it to another folder, say e.g. Bin1.
Go to Bin1. Press Ctrl V to paste.

If you use Gmail, Google generously allows enormous mail storage.
However if you wish to backup your Gmail, just use the freeware Gmail Backup.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17)

# 2. Quote: "The real question is: does it what it claims. Yes, it does".

No, the provider seems to promise more than the software does, and – which is still more important – the way the programme works and its output is hardly useful for users of today. (See my remarks in #4).

But thanks, Giovanni for alternative solutions.

Reply   |   Comment by Marek Czerski  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

#3 MerleOne, you an get free from Microsoft www.outlook.com

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)

To complete Karl’s remarks, here are a few further notes after a short test with dbx and pst files.

Programme seems relatively fast (8,9 Gb pst file was read in 6 mins,14274 mails of total size 2,2 Gb were (allegedly) recovered in 6,5 mins) at my XP SP 3 (2.80 Ghz / 3 Gb RAM).So far, so good.

Now drawbacks:
1. The number of false recoveries (i.e. the files with allegedly recovered mails which do not contain any data or only headers without mail bodies) is quite high (46 false recoveries out of 52 allegedly recovered mails from dbx, 480 out of 14274 mails recovered from pst). Noteworthy is that NEITHER of tested files was damaged, so the recovery seems to apply to deleted files.

2. The programme displays unrecoverable files along with recoverable files on the same list. You may determine if a given mail will be properly recovered only by clicking on the mail on the list. If anything is displayed in the window with the mail content, then this mail is actually recoverable, otherwise – it is not. With a list of several thousand mails, it is really a "nice" job to browse recovered mails, considering my further remarks.

3. There is an option to select files you wish to recover, but regardless of what you select, the programme will recover all the mails shown in the folder with selected mails. Considering my next remark, this system does not make any sense for me.

4. Mails recovered are given names which show only 4-digit numbers without absolutely any indication of the contant, i.e. how a given file relates to the file on the list of files to be recovered. Needless to say, the list does not provide the numbers for reference. Just consider that you need to recover 5 files from 14 thousand and you get 14 thousand "anonymous" files. This is beyond my imagination. Quite old, but still excellent freware DOS recovery software for dbx and pst, recovers mails naming them with the sender names, initial parts of subjects and dates.

5. The programme is capable of recovering mails only into the eml format, which is proper only for Outlook Express, but is not a "native" format for Outlook.

Summary: one thumb up for clear interface and speed, all remaining (9 – I guess)thumbs down for poor operational features. In my opinion, the programme is simple to the extend that it makes it useless, and the software sems prematurely released, considering the needs of today’s users. It may be good for those, who receive one mail per week or so or have a lot of time to work on the software output.

Hence, it’s the first time that I can hardly agree with Karl’s recommendation.


Reply   |   Comment by Marek Czerski  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+39)

Wasn't XP the last version of Windows to include Outlook Express? The best way to recover an email db is restore the current backup.

Reply   |   Comment by Par Anoid  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-16)

Very nice software, I tried it on a PC where Outlook is installed but I wonder whether it's independant from Outlook, will it work on a PC where outlook is not installed.

Also regarding the paid version & rebate : is this a lifetime updates and upgrades license, a one year update licence, I don't see it indicated.


Reply   |   Comment by MerleOne  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

LOL! Looks like nobody here uses Outlook as mail client....

The real question is: does it what it claims? Yes, it does...so why give it a tons of THUMBS DOWN simply bcs you don't use Outlook? Silly!


Try these:


But to recover folders and email from a corrupted .pst or .ost file in Microsoft Outlook, you can also use the Inbox Repair tool provided by Microsoft:


Enjoy !!! ^_^

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+103)

The URL "http://semnaitik.wordpress.com/2013/06/13/how-to-deal-with-a-corrupt-pst-file-of-microsoft-outlook" shared above is no longer available. It has been redirected to this http://wordpress.semnaitik.com/2013/06/13/how-to-deal-with-a-corrupt-pst-file-of-microsoft-outlook

Thanks and best regards.

Reply   |   Comment by Naitik Semwaal  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Naitik Semwaal, here's the correct URL - http://wordpress.semnaitik.com/2013/06/13/repair-pst-file/

Reply   |   Comment by Naitik Semwaal  –  6 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

A russian company with address&phone.

We had many programs from this company. Basically all the same in different flavors. A bit like icecream. If you don’t like vanilla, you’ll get banana.

Easy Archive Recovery 2.0 June 3, 2014
Easy Drive Data Recovery 3.0 May 13, 2014
Easy Digital Photo Recovery 3.0 April 21, 2014
Easy File Undelete 3.0 March 6, 2014
Easy Office Recovery 2.0 February 17, 2014
MunSoft Data Recovery Suite 2.0 January 15, 2014
Easy Archive Recovery 2.0 October 16, 2013
Easy Drive Data Recovery 3.0 August 27, 2013

It was all bundled in the MunSoft Data Recovery Suite 2.0 January 15, 2014. If you have installed this, you don’t need the today’s offer…

The bundled software from December 2013 has a slightly different footprint 3.304.224 ‎bytes against 3.360.032 bytes from today. Maybe due to the different unlock key.

Upon start a resizable window opens, you can search your mail (outlook) folder or look for all mails on your disk.

Munsoft is a company which really specializes in one field. In this field it is IMHO one of the best.

A good and reliable recovery software... for emails from Outlook.

If you don't have such a software, take it. But as always : better to make the daily backups. If you find them, when you need it.

Reply   |   Comment by Karl  –  9 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+83)
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