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 exports your email and prepares it for import.
Move your email to new email, archival, or forensic applications.
13 major versions released since 2002 and billions of emails converted
Used in official government and university archival systems around the world
Convert email from Mac, Windows or Linux on Mac, Windows or Linux
Emailchemy helps solve the problems of email migration, archival, forensics and recovery. The basic idea is to take all the various proprietary and legacy formats and convert them to a to standard, durable, plain-text formats based on the open standard Internet Message Format (RFC-5322). This conversion to a common standard message...Read more
What our Customers say
I have been fighting with Microsoft for months about a bug in Outlook for Mac which causes attachments to disappear when importing from a .pst file. After several updates failed to fix the problem, I finally decided to go with a third-party solution.I'm glad to say that half an hour after installing Emailchemy, I had my 1.5 Gb .pst with 10,000 messages and countless attachments all imported successfully. Best $30 I've spent in a long time – I should have done it months ago! :-)
So glad I found your tool!I'm a programmer who's not normally shy about rolling my own solutions for one-time jobs like converting an old Outlook Express database to MBox. But trying to dig up specs for the OE format isn't easy, and neither is workout out the implementation details.Then I found your tool - what a godsend! Saved me many hours of tedious toil, at an outstandingly low price.
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
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