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E-mail extracting tool eMail Extractor 3.6.1 eMail extractor is a very powerful tool to recover your customers email addresses from your mailbox or contact files. eMail extractor is very fast, easy to use and multithread. eMail extractor retrieves absolutely all valid email addresses from your files and generates an output file with only good and well formatted emails without duplicates.

The best tool ever! We\'ve tried others, but this wins hands down.DDD Auction, Dallas





universal rar, zip file opener Zipeg for Macintosh 2.9.4.1316 Zipeg is free utility for Mac OS X. Zipeg allows you to open and explore content of zip, rar and other archives, preview files and images before you extract/unzip them. Extract only the files you want. Zip thru photo archives. See image thumbnails. Zipeg allows you to decide what do you want to extract. You can choose what to extract and where to put extracted files or just drag and drop them.

A great software with everything you need!

thanks guys totally awesome! just downloaded and installed ......done exactly what it said on the tin .thanks again.

This Zipeg for Mac simply works. All I need to do was download and install it then start using it whenever I need to unzip files. No bugs and no problem what so ever.

Works fine so far.

Nice interface, but it does not open .zipX files.

Zipeg is great program; the best for Mac! Thank you :)





Simple command-line incremental backup tool. ZipSnap 2.1 Simple command-line incremental backup tool for directories. Create compressed point-in-time snapshots, adding only new or modified files and directories at each time. Uses a catalog so snapshots can be added without access to previous ZIP volumes. Files are automatically numbered with a timestamp. Runs on any OS with the Java Runtime Environment (JRE 6+). Free GNU GPL software. Visit http://zipsnap.sourceforge.net/ for more information.

First impressions I am considering all options for protecting myself from two situations: 1. Total loss of hard drive media at an awkward moment 2. Destroying my previously good spreadsheets (self inflicted). This tool appears to give me access to 'layers' of changes (snapshots) to which I can pull 'good' copies of any previous version or all of the latest versions of files that I included in an ARCHIVE. However I would appreciate many more examples of the use of each of the various switches and more examples of different approaches for setting up batch files for specific purposes. I did set my trial ...



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