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Save 72% on this email management and backup tool


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TL;DR: As of Jan. 19, a lifetime individual license to Mail Backup X is just $49.99 instead of $179; that's a 72% discount.


The widespread importance of email is often overlooked. Despite the rise of instant messaging and video chatting apps, like Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom, email still remains king of the business world. Half of the global population — almost 4 billion people — use it, and you can reach virtually anyone from any place in the world. What would happen if, suddenly, your email was hacked and you could no longer access your archives, going back decades?

With Mail Backup X, an email solution trusted by over 42,000 businesses and home users, you’ll never have to worry about an email disaster occurring. This seamless tool offers simple management and backup for your email and safeguards you against potential hacks, crashes, or other mishaps. It works with all major mail clients, including Apple Mail, Microsoft Outlook, and Office 365, plus all major mail services, including Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo. You can even mirror your backup to popular cloud storage solutions (Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox, etc.) or a USB drive.

Add military-grade AES 256-bit encryption and your own private key to your backups, whether on the cloud or locally stored offline. That way you don’t have to worry about your precious emails being seen by the wrong eyes. It’s 100 percent private and can only be unlocked by you.

Mail Backup X has rave reviews across the web, with 4.5 out of 5 stars on G2 and 5 out of 5 on CNET. And when you stop to think about how much we all rely on email to make it through the workday, it’s easy to see why. Save 72% and snag a lifetime individual license to this one-stop solution for mail backup, archiving, email management, and mail conversion for just $49.99 (regularly $179) for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

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