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- Since Email Archiver creates a folder of PDF files and attachments, you can search all the PDFs that Email Archiver has created using any tool, including the Finder and Spotlight. But Email Archiver comes with a search window that allows you to quickly find any email you are looking for.
- To search for an attachment by title you can use the subject field.
- If you enter a partial or full name in the ‘@’ field, you will be searching through both recipients and senders of all emails. You can enter email addresses and or names.
- The Contents field does a search that closely resembles a standard Spotlight search through your email PDFs – so it searches all content, titles and other fields in all emails and attachments.
- More information is available in the manual.
The comment area can be used to post questions or tips on the manual, etc.
New in 2.8.0 The Export Button.
The Export Button in Email Archiver was created to solve a problem that some customers had – they wanted to create an entirely new folder of Emails every time they pressed Start. When the Export Button is pressed, Email Archiver will instead of updating the current archive, create a dated folder with all the email in it. This has the side effect of creating duplicate PDFs for duplicate emails, even when the emails are in the same folder. That can happen when emails have been organized in an unusual way, as sometimes happens for legal cases or large projects. In other words if there are two copies of an email in the same folder, but say addressed to different people, *I mean the exact same email), then with Export pressed you get two PDFs created. I’m not sure how necessary this feature is, so the button may be moved somewhere a little less obvious in the future.
Version 2.5.3 includes access to the ‘Page Setup’ dialog. You need to use the ‘Set Defaults’ menu option to make a certain paper size stick for all PDFs to be created. Usually you will not need this, but it does allow someone with for instance a US letter printer to create an archive in A4 format. Email Archiver ‘prints to PDF’ each one of your thousands of emails, so paper size sets the size of the PDF.
The following reserved characters:
- < (less than)
- > (greater than)
- : (colon)
- ” (double quote)
- / (forward slash)
- \ (backslash)
- | (vertical bar or pipe)
- ? (question mark)
- * (asterisk)
New in 2.6.3 (March 19, 2013)
- Date parsing is now improved – over the past year we have got most date header bugs fixed. This fix includes support for emails with no Date header, it falls back to another header (Received) with a date.
- You can use the option key when dragging an eml or mbox file to Email Archiver – it will not ask for a location for the PDF(s), instead simply using the location of the eml file.
- You can see which files have attachments in the Search window – they now have a little (⫧) in them to show that this email has attachments. Right click to see the attachments.
- Yes I am going skiing next week!
New in 2.6.4 (May 13, 2013)
Email Archiver 2.6.4 brings some incremental bug fixes, mostly to do with edge cases for some unicode character handling.
It also now creates a log file of all files created in one session. This satisfies a request that several people have made. You can run ‘from scratch’ and get a list of all PDFs and attachments created, or you can do a ‘normal’ run and see all the files that Email Archiver has created.
The maximum number of addressees shown has now been increased. Remember though that all the email headers are as usual, included at the bottom of the PDF file.
Email Archiver Pro is available now, and the Mac App Store version (Email Archiver) will be available ‘soon’.