Free download Forensic Recovery Toolkit

Forensic Recovery Toolkit

1.4
Forensic recovery toolkit exaggerates about how to get an email into evidence
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License
Shareware
OS
Windows
Developer
Forensic Recovery Toolkit
Version
1.4
File size
31.8 MB
Language
English
Release date
27 May 2013

Publisher's description

Avail MailXaminer forensic recovery toolkit to recover evidences. How to get an email into evidence list is been described in the most appropriate manner in forensic recovery toolkit and has been designed in a user-friendly way too. Forensic email recovery toolkit is useful in recovering emails of Outlook, Thunderbird, Exchange, The Bat, Mac Outlook 2011, IncrediMail at same platform.
Recover multiple Emails: Forensic recovery toolkit is competent of recovering multiple source code emails which are as follows like HEX, RTF, HTML, MIME, PROPERTIES VIEW etc.
Search Instantly: Forensic email recovery enables the forensic users to search email evidences instantly by Contacts, To, Bcc, Cc, Sub, Body etc. of an email and attachments to the email as well.
Analyze Email Evidences: The forensic email recovery software is also capable of viewing and analyzing source code emails like its Hex code, HTML, RTF script, MIME view, header, attachments etc. By using these codes a forensic user can take an idea of how to get an email into evidence. All the major & minor parts are viewable with MailXaminer forensic recovery toolkit.
Collect Email Evidences: To collect email evidences the forensic recovery toolkit offers multiple options to export evidences to the device location or else to convert into EML, MSG, PDF, TIFF and HTML files correspondingly.
Download Forensic Toolkit FREE: Get the FREE VERSION of forensic email recovery software and analyze multiple email evidence for next 30 days with 50 emails export per folder.
Subscribe to the Paid Version: Get the PAID VERSION of MailXaminer Software to avail unlimited usages of its attributes with lifetime validity for just $299.
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