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Alexmiller commented 4 months ago

Backup of Yahoo email is a bit risky without the help of a third-party tool there may be a chance of losing Originality of stored data so that experts always recommend to use third party tool for safe and secure backup from the Yahoo account, one of the tool that I found on the internet is Yahoo Backup Software.

Advance feature:-

  • Allows user to migrate selective email between specific time period.
  • First 25 email backup free to analyze its performance.
  • A high-performance software which is capable to migrate all email without any restriction.
  • Safely takes backup without any data loss.

tonygibbs commented 3 months ago

There is so many software on internet but I deeply suggest to try Backup Yahoo To Outlook software. You can google this software. Last time I used a software for same issue and got great result. you can also Migrate your all yahoo mails to outlook and multiple file format. The software is simple and easy to operate. Below is the link of the software.

Visit here: Backup Yahoo To outlook 

evanluance commented 3 months ago

I am going to tell you that you can easily export your yahoo emails to PST, MBOX, MSG, EML, EMLX, MHTML and HTML file format. The application designed using the latest migration technology which lets the users to convert unlimited mailbox data from Yahoo Mail to PST and other file formats. without showing any error message. The data will be saved into various file format according to the user requirements. 

Visit here: Yahoo Backup Application

williamjohn32k commented 2 months ago

Download all emails from yahoo server to laptop or hard drive comfortably with Yahoo Cloud Email Backup Application this backup application developed for windows operating system to take all backup from yahoo server to PST, MSG, EML, EMLX, and MBOX file extensions. For more information visit here this site:

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