4n6 DBX Forensics Wizard easily provides a solution to examine, preview & preserve evidences from DBX File of MS Outlook Express. It allows you to analyze emails alongwith DBX email attachments.
Version: 4.0DBX Forensics software by 4n6 software helps examiners to extract emails along with attachments from DBX files. It supports DBX File created by Outlook Express DBX.
License: Free To Try $49.00
Operating System: Windows
It allows to extract data from Outlook Express DBX Files such as Default Folders created by the user: inbox.dbx, sent.dbx, etc. & other user generated Folders. The software provides DBX email headers in four separate view modes such as Content, Properties, Message Header, and Hex view properties.
To browse DBX Files into software GUI the software providesTwo different modules i.e, Choose Folders & Choose Files. The Choose file allows to brwse only single file whereas Choose folder alows you to browse Folders containing multiple .dbx files.
The software helps to extract & preserve evidences from DBX File into multiple destinations like Emails Files (It allows to preserve DBX files to PST File EML file & MBOX File), Document Files (It allows to preserve DBX files as PDF, HTML Text & Email Services (It allows to preserve DBX files in multiple web-based email servers such as Gmail, Office 365, etc.).
This 4n6 DBX Forensics Wizard also helps to extract selective data from DBX Files such as Email Address in TXT Format, Attachments in Native Format, Phone Number in TXT Format, Associated Email & Phone Numbers in CSV Format. The software also offers with an inbuilt Quick and Advance Searching options to perform deep analysis on DBX Files. This enables you to search with DBX Files on basis of keywords & by Date.
The Outlook Express DBX forensics software is compatible with Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and below versions. The preserved PDF files are openable with applications like Adobe Reader, web browsers or any PDF supported platform.
This PDF can be used for many legal cases as a proof of evidence in court of law( which is an approved form of digital evidence).