Speed up your investigation or case-building process by analyzing email content in the tool of your choice, rather than squinting at endless rows of seemingly unrelated bytes in a hex editor. Emailchemy solves the problem of forensic tool data preparation by converting email data into a standard format that any forensic tool can import for analysis.
Emailchemy converts email from the closed, proprietary file formats of the most popular (and many of yesterday's forgotten) email applications to standard, portable formats that any application can use.
Preserving email for posterity can be difficult when email software stores your email in proprietary, unreadable files. Emailchemy can help you convert your email to a readable, durable format for archival or even prepare your email for entry into the database of your choice.
Emailchemy 14.0.2 is out now with a fix for a bug that would sometimes occur when writing PST files. If the “packaging” step of writing the PST file took longer than 5 minutes, the “Emailchemy progress has stalled” warning would appear, asking you whether you wanted to keep waiting. If
Emailchemy 14 adds a major new feature: converting directly to Outlook PST files. Previously, you would have to import your mail into Outlook using Emailchemy’s IMAP ImportServer, but now you can convert any format to PST files directly and automatically. This has been the most requested new feature and we’re
Starting today, all new Emailchemy Forensic Edition – Technician licenses will use USB dongles for license activation. This is a convenience and time-saver that many of our professional users have been asking for, for quite a while. The dongle license allows professional users to use Emailchemy on several machines without
Google Takeout lets you export and download an archive of your Gmail email messages, but then what? Emailchemy can help you get your Gmail takeout imported into nearly any email app. The takeout file is usually a zip, but can be a tgz (tarred gzip), but you can usually use
Emailchemy converts email from the closed, proprietary file formats of the most popular (and many of yesterday’s forgotten) email applications to standard, portable formats that any application can use. When an application cannot import one of these standard formats (like mbox or EML), Emailchemy has a tool called the IMAP
Emailchemy v13.3 is a major update to Emailchemy that adds support for converting the new mail archives created by macOS High Sierra’s Mail app. This version also adds support for professional licenses to be installed on USB dongles, to make it easier to use Emailchemy across several computers. We’ve also
This update fixes a problem with the file open & save dialogs on the Mac, where hidden files were not visible in the folder that is displayed when the dialog first is first displayed. This made it difficult to select files inside the Mac user’s Library folder. Also, this will
It’s not often, but every now and then someone will ask if we accept BitCoin. The short answer is: yes, we do accept BitCoin. But… not automatically on the web site. If you wish to pay via BitCoin, send an email to specifying what you’d like to buy. We’ll reply
Emailchemy’s IMAP server is often used for importing or migrating email into Outlook, but a recent update to Outlook 2016 for Windows introduced changes that broke compatibility with it. Basically, when setting up the Emailchemy IMAP account in Outlook, the server settings test would fail because Emailchemy didn’t provide an
With the help of one of our customers, we found a bug in the AOL for Windows converter where the converter would crash on certain kinds of badly-formed HTML content. Emailchemy has to fix image tags in the original AOL content so that the images will display correctly outside of