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Don’t worry, this isn’t a dumbed-down version. In trial mode, you get to test all Aid4Mail’s features, with just a few limitations, which are removed once a license is purchased and the product is activated:

  1. A trial mode screen is displayed for 8 seconds each time you start the wizard.
  2. Processing is limited to a maximum of 50 messages per mailbox.
  3. A numbered trial tag is added to the subject line of exported messages.

Aid4Mail offers an option to run performance tests on an unlimited number of emails during trial mode. For instructions, see the “How can I run performance tests?” FAQ on the right.

And there’s absolutely no risk.

  • Aid4Mail is delivered in a quality installer that doesn’t make any irreversible changes to your system.
  • All its files are copied together under the folder of your choice.
  • You can easily uninstall Aid4Mail at any time by using “Add/Remove Programs” in the Windows control panel.
  • Aid4Mail makes no changes to your source messages unless you specifically instruct it to delete them after conversion (only possible through a command-line switch).
  • Operating System : Aid4Mail runs under Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Server 2016, 2012, 2008 and 2003 or Linux in conjunction with Wine. Both Windows 32-bit and 64-bit are supported.
    Windows NT4 / ME / 98 / 95 should work but are not officially supported.
  • Internet : Online license activation, validation, and re-activation require an internet connection (offline activation option available with Aid4Mail eDiscovery editions).
  • Hardware Requirements : 64 MB of RAM, 12 MB disk space. Pentium (or compatible) processor.

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Latest Aid4Mail Update – v4.2

December 28, 2016

Sets the Aid4Mail interface to French when it’s installed on a system using Windows in French.

Adds an option to process a message store connected to an Outlook profile that is different from the default store. This can be an online archive, a public mailbox, a delegated email account, or other type of mail store.

Adds in Aid4Mail Console and Launcher an option to process multiple message stores connected to a source Outlook profile.

Improves conversion of mailbox files created by German editions of Qualcomm Eudora.

This update includes several minor bug fixes.

Update 4.1

November 28, 2016

Adds compatibility for latest Apple Mail mailbox format (EMLX files).

Fixes issues affecting recent Outlook 2016 updates.

Update 4.0

October 21, 2016

Adds an Aid4Mail edition that is compatible with Outlook 64-bit.

Aid4Mail Migrator, Forensic, and Service offer email notifications to keep you informed of progress while offsite.

Aid4Mail Console adds support for migration/conversion settings stored in a CSV file.

Bundles “Aid4Mail Console Launcher” with “Aid4Mail Console”. This new tool lets you migrate accounts concurrently and can cut down processing time by a factor of 5 or more.

Restores folder structure from Gmail Takeout files.

Adds an option to receive timely license renewal reminders by email.

Update 3.9

March 10, 2016

This update includes several minor bug fixes.

Update 3.8

October 30, 2015

This update adds support for Outlook 2016 (32-bit edition).

Update 3.75

September 15, 2015

This update adds full support for Google Takeout and Google Vault mbox files, including recovery of email status information (unread, deleted, etc.). It also improves the processing speed of Backupify mbox files. See WhatsNew.txt (installed with Aid4Mail) for more details.

Update 3.7

July 14, 2015

This update includes the latest Regular Expressions engine (based on PCRE 8.38). It also fixes a recent mbox parsing issue (regression) that could result in two emails merging into a single target email. A number of other improvements and fixes are listed in the WhatsNew.txt file installed with Aid4Mail.

Update 3.6

February 24, 2015

This update fixes several issues related to Outlook 2013 and improves the conversion of Mac Mail.app folder names.

Update 3.5

November 18, 2014

This update improves finding the location of Outlook 2013 PST files. It also handles folder structures better on Lotus Domino servers.

Update 3.4

September 4, 2014

This update includes a fix for the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug. Additional improvements include 1) better detection of invalid message delimiters sometimes present in Thunderbird mbox files and 2) better conversion of Draft messages from other programs to Office Outlook.

Earlier updates add options to locally save emails and attachments that fail to upload to an IMAP server. As a result, you preserve all the data that is rejected by the IMAP server. For example, if an email exceeds IMAP’s size limits, Aid4Mail can remove its attachments, save them locally, and then try uploading again.

Note that Yahoo! Mail now requires secure access using the SSL protocol. The server port should be set to 993. Also, Outlook.com does not support folder names longer than 30 characters.