MailSteward 4.0: eMail Archiving
Pubblog.com (http://www.pubblog.com) announces the release of MailSteward
4.0 (www.mailsteward.com), the ultimate email archiving solution for the
Mac. MailSteward archives email in a relational database for easy access
and safe backup of all your email. The new version stores not only the
email text, html, enriched text, and attachments, as it has always done,
now it also keeps a copy of the raw source of the email. The new version is
a universal binary that runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macintoshes.
Whether you manage a business, are an independent professional, or just a
person with a lot of email, for legal reasons, business reasons, and
personal reasons, it is essential to be able to safely archive and easily
search your email.
Email applications, like Apple OS X Mail or Microsoft EntourageX or Eudora,
are very good at sending and receiving email, but they are not really
designed to efficiently and safely and smartly archive and access thousands
MailSteward provides an elegant solution to the growing problem of
organizing, backing up, and accessing tens of thousands of emails.
* Select email from archive by date range and keywords in the To, From,
Subject, Mailbox, or Body fields.
* Sort by date, To, From, Subject, Mailbox, or unique ID.
* Print email list, or individual email, or all email in a list.
* Save email list, or individual email, or all retrieved email to a text file.
* Reply to individual emails.
* Export emails to a tab-delimited text file, a separate database file, an
mbox file, or an SQL file.
* Merge database files together.
* All email mailboxes and folders are left undisturbed.
* Options to store attachments, HTML, enriched text, and raw source, as
well as plain text.
* Works with Mac OS X Apple Mail to archive all your email in a relational
* Works with all POP, .Mac, and IMAP email accounts.
* Works with mbox files exported from Microsoft Entourage, Eudora, and
other email clients.
* Native Cocoa application that supports OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and greater.
* Universal binary runs on PowerPC and Intel Macs.