Thunderbird Email Recovery Tool v.2.0.0
Restore permanently deleted or compacted messages in Mozilla Thunderbird.
The program has been designed to become an all-in-one tool for recovering messages lost
through some data disaster or deleted accidentally. Intended for more complicated recovery
tasks than Thunderbird Email Undelete Tool,
the software offers advanced data recovery capabilities which make it a real life saver for
Mozilla Thunderbird users.
- recover permanently deleted emails
- restore compacted messages
- read and extract mails from damaged mbox (msf) files
- extract emails from formatted hard disk
- restore messages after reinstall
- support of all versions of Mozilla Thunderbird
- support of Windows XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
Even if you are organized enough to back up your correspondence on a regular basis, you
cannot be safe from data loss striking right a day or two before the next timely backup and wiping
critically important E-Mail messages. While such problem is almost impossible to prevent, you can
deal with consequences employing Thunderbird Email Recovery Tool.
Whether your emails were lost through hardware or power failure, virus activity, hard drive
formatting, partition deletion or a simple human error, the program enables you to restore
them quickly and easily. Regardless of the reason for data loss, the program brings the messages
back in a few easy steps. The software takes the job other programs fail to do, recovering emails
even after Thunderbird has compacted folders.
To make recovery process more convenient, the program provides flexible filter allowing
you to find select messages without spending ages searching for them in the tons of
previously deleted spam. Recovered messages can be renamed so that they would be easy to spot
next time you need them.
The program provides two recovery modes. Why?
How to save messages recovered by the Tool?
How can I import recovered emails back into Thunderbird?
How can I recover Thunderbird messages lost after Thunderbird crash?