This tool offers advanced email backup and archiving capabilities, allowing users to organize their important emails in one convenient file. It supports conversion of emails from the Becky email client to a variety of formats, including CHM, PDF, HTML, TXT, and more.
Using this software, users can select the required messages, choose the format to convert, and click on the 'Save As' button to effortlessly convert the emails. With ABC Amber Becky Converter, users no longer have to waste their time organizing their e-mails manually, as the software easily does it all for them.
The software offers several partial features such as reading IDX and BMF files, even if the Becky program is not installed. This allows users to see all emails displayed in the list by selecting the "Archive" tab and opening the BMF file. The software also supports multiple encoding tables, supports column sorting, and powerful search functions (Sender, Recipient, Subject, Headers, Body, Received before, Received after) to filter messages.
Moreover, ABC Amber Becky Converter allows users to adjust fonts, colors, styles, and effects of the output file. It supports multiple PDF export options and generates contents with bookmarks (in RTF and HTML), maintains hyperlinks, saves the message attachments to disk, and processes folders with EML/MSG/NWS files. Additionally, the software allows users to display selected messages, save them to disk or print them to a printer.
ABC Amber Becky Converter also offers multi-language support and command-line support as well. With its user-friendly interface, ease of setup and use, and a host of advanced features, ABC Amber Becky Converter is an excellent tool for anyone looking to backup and organize their emails.
Version 3.05: improvements, new features
Version 3.03: fixed Becky import, conversion to IPD (BlackBerry)
Version 3.02: improvements
Version 3.01: Windows Vista support
Version 2.02: fixes, improvements
Version 2.01: skin support, a lot of improvements
Version 1.06: Advanced PDF Creator for Becky, "load user defined folder" option
Version 1.05: N/A