For Any User Of BackUp Program: EaseUS Todo. Please


  1. Posts : 270
    W7
       #1

    For Any User Of BackUp Program: EaseUS Todo. Please


    Hello,

    For anyone using the backup program: EaseUS Todo: (running W10)

    Have had program for many years, and first time I've gone to it.
    Supposed to backup, periodically, to a dedicated external HD.

    Seems to have done it.

    But no eMails.
    Their Cust. Rep mentioned it has to be Outlook that is used for.
    Wasn't very helpful.

    Don't understand, as I am using Comcast with the native eMail Client that came
    pre-installed on my W10 pc. Called MAIL.

    Might anyone using this program straighten me out re it ?
    Should it have backed up my eMails ?

    If so, where would it have put the backed upped eMails ?
    Can't find in any Folder.

    Thanks for help; appreciated.

    Regards,
    Bob
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 36,328
    Win 10 Pro (21H2) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #2

    Hi, if I read ths correctly you are concerned about the backup and restoration of Mail app emails.

    Please first note there is no in-built way provided of backing up and restoring email in general for that MS client.
    You can only back up (save) individual emails. It is very limited in this.
    E.g.
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...e-b6a89e92171c

    Inasmuch as EaseUS Todo Backup can back up
    - files
    - partitions

    it can back up and restore the files and folders related to the Mail App and its database in which the emails are held.

    There is no way it can provide you with a specific backup of your Mail App emails in an individually recoverable manner... only the whole database used to store them.

    You might ask 'where is my email stored?' Google offers this:
    Carbonite Support Knowledge Base
    via this discussion:
    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/...0-e0667f3373cc
      My Computers


  3. Posts : 270
    W7
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Thanks.
    Good explanation.
    Regards,
    Bob
      My Computer


 

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