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I have already written about how to backup your Gmail account or even how to backup your whole email account. If you need a rich-of-option tool able to protect your private and most valuable emails, I have got another tool which will save your emails,  Internet browser profile and bookmarks in your computer. The software has also got an interesting option to make extremely easy the process of restoring your private emails.

KLS Mail Backup is an  easy tool to use, especially designed  for those users  who are not tech -savvy and do not have a lot of time to read tricky instructions on how to perform a backup of their emails.  Just select email applications and email profiles that you wish to save and your are done. The software will create a full, zipped backup. Here is a full list of its main features:

  • Backup Windows Mail profile and  Windows Contacts.
  • Backup Windows Live Mail profile,  Windows Live Contacts and  Windows Live Messenger Files.
  • Backup your Outlook Express and Windows Address Book.
  • Backup Internet Explorer Favorites and Internet Accounts.
  • Save Mozilla, Seamonkey, Thunderbird and Firefox profiles.
  • Your backup and saved in a zipped format.
  • The application is also able to perform incremental backups.

If you want to know more or if you wish to download it, click here.

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