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Old 26th September 2012, 06:43   #1
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Default How To Easily Back Up Your Gmail and Perform Scheduled Backups With GMVault

We all know backups are important, but we rarely think about backing up our email. GMVault can automatically back up your Gmail to your computer and even restore the emails to another Gmail account – convenient when switching Gmail addresses.

We’ve also covered using Thunderbird to back up your web-based email account, but GMVault has a few advantages, including its integrated restore function and easy integration with the Windows Task Scheduler.

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