MuyComputer our colleagues say, the Web service email Google is one of the most popular and widespread throughout the world, but among its features is the possibility of backing up our mail in a simple way.
That is something that tries to solve Gmvault , a service that will try to avoid the danger of losing our messages for any reason. This small application written in Python logs in and then synchronizes the entire Gmail account on the local machine.
Actually you can get something similar with a desktop mail client like Outlook or Thunderbird, but we must take care to open it from time to time to go downloading all mail to your computer. However Gmvault with a cron script and we can schedule these backup sessions simply.
Gmvault also encrypts the mail so that it is inaccessible to the curious, and in fact we can use Dropbox or similar services to save a copy of our messages on these services without fear of easily accessible to these emails.
WebMonkey speak of other unique options of this utility: the restore messages to our own native Gmail , something that can create such backup Gmail accounts without problems, since in these accounts are created from scratch our mailboxes and other issues such as preserving the labels of the messages.
Gmvault is a shell script available on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux . You can download this script from GitHub to begin to salvage your Gmail accounts.
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