If you have a backup of old emails coming from the Microsoft Outlook mail client, you have one or more PST files. It is my case also – I switched from Windows to Mac OS without buying the Outlook 2011. The good news is we don’t need Outlook itself for the old messages. You can read and open PST files on the Mac using the simple viewer.
I have archive copy of all my e-mail accounts back to 2000 year. However I have tried many desktop e-mail clients including Outlook Express, Opera, Thunderbird and much more. And since I have switched to webmails like Hotmail and Gmail I don’t have some programs installed more. Today morning I needed to find some e-mails in my old DBX file backup. How can you open backups from Outlook Express?
The next part of introduction of the MS Office 2010 package is dedicated to the mail manager, calendar, planner and task manager all in one – we will explore the innovations brought by Outlook 2010. A fundamental change – and maybe a shock for some – is the fact that the Outlook’s user interface completely changed over to the Ribbon tab bar.
Since I prefer the webmail user interface to my mailboxes I’m looking for the simple applications which offer only the basic window and display the webmail page using the integrated web browser rendering area. There is a few applications able to do this (and you can easily prepare your own with free Visual Studio Express), however I would like to show you the Compass Universal Mail Client.