MailStore Home 10.2 is a new version of the popular mail backup software for the Microsoft Windows operating system.
MailStore Home can back up local email accounts as well as POP3 and IMAP mailbox backups so that most online email services are covered by the application.
As far as local programs are concerned, it supports Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail, and any email that is in a supported format such as PST or EML.
It furthermore supports Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Office 365.
Check out these MailStore articles as well:
The major new feature of MailStore Home 10.2 is a new email signing function. It is supported in all editions of MailStore, and may be used to add digital signatures to exported emails. The information is useful as it may be used to verify that archived email was not modified.
The digital signature is a cryptographic means to ensure that an email from a protected archive remains unchanged after being exported.
You use the feature in the following way:
Three features of the email backup software have been improved in the new version. The Help function is context sensitive now. The program itself comes without help file, but a click on the help button opens the documentation on the official MailStore website. The page of the documentation that opens is directly related to your activity in the program in MailStore Home 10.2.
If you are in search email for instance, the search email help page is opened on the MailStore website when you click on the help icon in the program interface.
The developers of the program hardened the encryption key management furthermore, and added additional details to skipped messages in the profile summary.
MailStore Home 10.2 fixes two issues on top of that. The first fixes the Exchange profile's test button behavior when selecting "ignore SSL warnings", the second updates third-party libraries.
You can check out the blog post on the MailStore website for additional details. Existing MailStore Home users may download and install the update from within the application. Just hit the "check for updates" link on the startpage to do so.
Downloads are also available on the MailStore website.Advertisement
Ghacks is a technology news blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers.