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Frequently Asked Question
What is the criteria of entering credentials in such a way that it is not saved in your database or backup tool?
For me sharing my Hotmail account credentials is like making a rod for our back. My manager had asked me not to share my credential with any second person. However, there is an urgent need of creating account backup. Therefore, suggest me a solution by which it is possible for me to backup my account data and save it on my local machine without any security risk
We respect your data security, thus we do not save your Hotmail Credentials through our software in any of our database or server. Checking Remember Credentials checkbox is provided for your ease. It is completely secure to check because it remember password in your copy of Hotmail backup software running in your local machine. This method will not save your credential anywhere within our database and thus you will be able to have a safe and secure way of creating account backup with Hotmail backup tool.
What could be the reason that my Outlook.com backup process keeps on failing?
All the requirements stated by the software are successfully met, but even then, when I backup my Outlook.com account data the output file created is empty. Why is that happening?
The failure of backup creation despite of having all the requirements met could be your simultaneously logged in Outlook.com profile. You are supposed to log out from the respective Outlook.com (Hotmail) account while its backup is being created.
Yes, you must have Microsoft Outlook installed as well as configured with a valid/dummy profile to export Hotmail email folders to Outlook. The version of MS Outlook 2013/2010/2007/2003 is supported, but its installation and configuration is necessary (not through Exchange Server).
Yes,the software requires continuous internet connection during backup of your Hotmail (Outlook.com) account. In case the connection fails due to any probably cause during backup, the software will maintain its history and you can resume the backup again from the point it stopped at.
No, the software works smoothly regardless of the number of emails you are creating Outlook.com backup for. There is no limit imposed by the software on the number of emails.