How to backup Gmail?

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How can I backup my Gmail e-mails just in case something were to happen to my Gmail account?

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Ronak Jain
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You can try a client like Beyond Inbox to backup emails on hard drive or any another account. It also provides Incremental backup plan, which facilitates the users to download newly arrived mails after last back up. You can run this application on Windows, Linux as well as on Mac Os.

Download your copy from here : Download Beyond Inbox

jimlynch
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How to back up your Gmail
http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/how-to-back-up-your-gmail/

"Here’s our comprehensive guide on how to back up your Gmail account so you’ll never have to worry about access your email directory or the cloud giving you trouble in those dire times when you need it most."

hancockt
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I use Getmail to backup my gmail account. It's free to use unless you wish to obtain a license to distribute getmail or would like commercial support. You can also use Thunderbird, Outlook and other email clinets to backup your Gmail e-mails. 

hancockt
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I use Getmail to backup my gmail account. It's free to use unless you wish to obtain a license to distribute getmail or would like commercial support. You can also use Thunderbird, Outlook and other email clinets to backup your Gmail e-mails. 

cuetip
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Probably the cheapest and easiest way is to download all of your Gmail messages to a desktop email client such as Mozilla Thunderbird or Windows Live Mail.

Hardlin
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A pay solution called Backupify is a good option or you can use a free solution such as Got Your Back. If you happen to have an IMAP client (Outlook, Thunderbird, etc) you could utilize them to backup you mail too.

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