MBOX file viewer is an intelligently designed free viewer, which is simple and easy to use. By making use of MBOX viewer users can easily open and view MBOX file contents without any extra efforts. MBOX File Reader is very handy and very useful, especially for forensic investigators to investigate evidences from MBOX mailbox files as it gives permission to export evidence in CSV, Text, HTML, PDF, etc. file formats. It is capable to run without installation through pen drive so the forensic investigator can investigate affected machine without installation of software.
Best Forensic Software
The forensic investigation does not allow to install the software on the affected computer but sometimes, forensic investigators want to analyze MBOX files from affected PC then it is a milestone software because investigators can run it via pen drive, as MBOX Viewer is a portable software which is capable to run without installation.
Export MBOX Evidences
Pro MBOX File Viewer Program is specially designed for forensic investigators, lawyers, and detectives. The tool gives permission to export evidences from MBOX to PDF, CSV, TXT, HTML, etc. The tool also maintains all important items during exporting procedure such as attachments, sender information, receiver information, etc.
Merge Archive Files
According to the demand of our clients, BitRecover developers also added a separate feature to merge archive files in the updated edition of this software. Now users can merge multiple MBOX files into single MBOX file for easy file management. At the time of merging archived files, it maintains all important information.
Advance Print Configuration
BitRecover MBOX Archive Reader has an isolated option i.e. Export Configuration which is best for print configuration / file name configuration. Using this feature, users can compose file name pattern from Date, Time, From, To, Subject, etc., printer menu option setup, PDF menu option setup, export mails to separate files, etc.
What Does MBOX File Viewer Provide ?
Feature Comparison of MBOX Viewer - FREE and PRO Version
|Features||FREE Version||PRO Version|
|Load Mailbox Folders|
|View MBOX Attachments|
|Advance Search Option|
|Windows 10 & All Other Previous Windows Version Supported|
|Export Emails||No||Export in CSV, Text, HTML, PDF, etc.|
|24*7 Tech Support & Secure 100%|
Commonly Asked User's Questions and Answers
MBOX also contain ASCII text and attachments in encoded format. All mail messages in MBOX are combined and stored in a single file as a plain text. The MBOX file can be read by Entourage, Eudora, Pocomail, Mac Mail, Spice bird etc.
The four most popular variants of MBOX format are:
The MBOX files can be found at the default location: “/User/Library/Mail/Mailboxes/directory” However, this location may differ from client to client.
Yes, MBOX File Reader tool surely work on Windows 10 as it is compatible with all the versions of Windows.
Yes, the MBOX Reader application allows you to preview corrupt .mbox file. Software uses recovery algorithm and MessageSense™ technology to quickly carve mbox messages from corrupt mbox files. Once recovery scan is completed, users can easily view all recovered messages from corrupt mbox files.
No, there is no limitation of size with MBOX Reader tool. You can easily open and read MBOX files.
Yes, you can easily view your exported email messages from all of the above email backup and restore applications. Unzip exported data from Spanning Backup, Backupify and Google Takeout and it will results in folders having .mbox files. Then you can use this free MBOX file viewer to view your email messages from unzipped mbox files.
MBOX File Reader is really a great tool! Yesterday, I was so worried as I was unable to open my .mbox file. But this tool helped me out to open and view my .mbox file. So much happy with the tool. Thank You BitRecover for making such a perfect tool which is also a free of cost.
Harry Acker, USA
Few days ago, my .mbox file got corrupted and I was unable to access my MBOX file. I searched a lot for the tool that facilitates me to read MBOX files, but didn't find any. Later, I came across free MBOX viewer tool, which helped me out to open all my .mbox files.
John Adams, California USA