Mail Carbon [Win/Mac] [Updated]

Mail Carbon is a handy, Java based application that enables you to create backups of your emails from one server to an other by copying emails over IMAP.
It can also be used to switch emails you have from your old provider to your new one.
The window is composed of 3 main columns:
· On the left: the source configuration
· In the middle: Global options
· On the right: The destination configuration


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Create or restore a mailbox backup

Restore your mailbox from an existing backup

Copy an existing mailbox to another destination

Switch e-mail between two different exchanges (IMAP, POP3)

Compatible with PHP scripting language, Ubuntu and RedHat based Linux distributions.

Supports IMAP, POP3 and EML as used by Microsoft Exchange and Gmail, as well as Mbox as used by Apple Mail, Thunderbird and Mac Mail.

A very similar application is also available: Carbon Copy Cloner.
You can use the Carbon Copy Cloner website (
It has some advantages over Mail Carbon:

You can create individual email folders

Instead of using IMAP, it uses POP3 (with the exception of Gmail)

Its interface is a little bit different

We decided to go with the free version of Carbon Copy Cloner for the time being.
The commercial version costs €19.95.
However, the free version is still useful because it doesn’t use resource-intensive parts of the application, so you can test this application before choosing to pay for it.

This tutorial is also available in the following languages:

The script makes sure the “Send & forward” checkbox is disabled before switching e-mail, and restores it after switching e-mail.

Follow the steps below in order to create a script that switches e-mail between two different domains:

Create a new script

Create a file called and paste this script into it:





# – Simple script to switch your emails between
# 2 different exchanges or destinations, using CCL.

# Usage:
# Call the script from the terminal, specifying the hostname of your email host,
# the name of the exchange you want to use (you can use multiple ones), then
# the destination to which you want to switch your emails:

# Use the source command to choose your e-mail client
# e.g.: source username@

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· EMail Carbon Torrent Download differs from similar programs such as Gmail Backup and StarSync by having a graphical interface (via a Java applet).
· A left-click selects an email, a double-click moves it.
· EMail Carbon Cracked Accounts stores emails in directories (see details below), so if you move your emails into a directory such as “Carbon”, you can select this from the left-column.

Keep in mind that only emails currently stored on the source and destination server will be backed up.

If you have an account on both the source and destination server, you can start an email copy job from the source server to the destination server.

Email Carbon offers a GUI which is convenient to use and requires no system admin user experience to perform backup jobs.
However, it is not the only way to do the job.

Email Carbon executable is /home/user/apps/mailcarbon.jar.
It contains a main JAR file that can be run by the command:
java -jar /home/user/apps/mailcarbon.jar

The main JAR file is also available for download here.
When run, it opens in your browser and displays your emails to select.

You must have Java installed to run the application (or download the browser-plugin).

For non-browser users, mail carbon is a GUI application that can be run like so:

jar xvf /home/user/apps/mailcarbon.jar

Note: as of 0.4 the GUI version does not work

To begin, set up your email client on the source and destination server.
On the source server, set the IMAP configuration to the email account you want to backup and click “IMAP On”.
The destination server should have this same configuration for IMAP On.

In the destination server, logon to your email client, if you are not already logged in.
Select the emails you want to copy over from the IMAP source server.
The number of emails you can store at once is configurable on the left of the window.
If you set this to 0 (zero) in the global options, the application will store all emails on the IMAP server and then shut down.

The application will also shut down if there is no active IMAP connection on the destination server.

Email Carbon now begins the backup process.
A progress window is displayed on the destination server to indicate how

Mail Carbon [Win/Mac] (April-2022)

· The left column: The source configuration.
This is the “from” configuration. For each mailbox you have, you can select the folders to

Download and Install Carbonite Backup on any Windows machine. The Email Service part describes how to set-up the Carbonite Mail Recorder.
The Backup server configuration is in the middle column. In the server configuration, you can set:
The name of the email server that Carbonite will use to back up your emails. This name

An off the record (OTR) service is a service that allows someone to contact someone else in an email conversation without the other people knowing about it. This is great for privacy and security. For example, if you want to correspond with someone but don’t want the other person to know who you are. Or you may correspond with someone that you know in-person but want to avoid

Windows live Mail has a feature that prevents emails from being read if you have set “notify me when receiving email,” “notice when recipient isn’t available”, and “notify me when other recipients are online.”
Step 1. Open the Windows Live Mail mail account and click on “options”.
Step 2. Scroll down to “notify me when receiving email”. Select the box if the checkbox next

In this article we will write the script with the following steps:
1. Write server name. This is the name of the host where carbon is installed. This name can be of the server on which carbon is installed.
2. Write port number. This is the default port number for the server. We are using port 8143 for this server.
3. Write carbon host and carbon mail path. We are using localhost:
This is the part where you

Pop-mail® (also known as POPs) is a computer or network protocol for retrieving mail from a Mail User Agent (MUA) or server. This program does not copy email to your computer; it merely holds the email in a folder on the server. The advantage is that you don’t have to access the email on your computer each time you want to check your mail. The disadvantage is that you can only retrieve messages from one server. However,

Connect to Windows Mail as an alternative to using POP3. This is the procedure to do

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· The menu bar on the left is used to open various menu options
· Global configurations includes:
o Number of mails to sync to destination
o Enforce local subscriptions in destination
o Use “mail clients cache”
o Using local folders (keep old mails in the old server)
o Using “smime”
o Keep folder emails without deleting on archive
o Keep cache in each folders
o Compression after
· The destination configuration includes:
o Mails to back-up
o Back-up folder
o Save Cache in each folder
o Web sites to check mails, export data and content (saved data is in database)
o Mails to delete from the source server
o Use data from web interfaces (with api)
o Relocate mails from old server to new server
· The middle includes:
o Options to switch mails between 2 configs
o Options to switch data between 2 destinations
· The right includes:
o Options to create a backup for new config
o Options to switch folders locally (if you have a lot of folders to switch you can decide to switch folders locally
o Options to debug your configuration
· The app is based on Java and it works in Windows, Linux and Mac OS
· Download package from the “Download” link in the “Supported systems” section
· Extract the archive
· Uninstall the previous version
· Launch the “Setup” icon
· Configure the settings
· Restart to perform the process
· Compression
· Backup: the following are required
o package
o A zip file from the destination config
· Mail Carbon uses Microsoft.NET Framework version 3.5 or later
· Use the “install” button to install the required components
· Note that this installation needs 10 GB of free disk space on the destination config.
· To choose the destination server, you’ll need at least 1.1 GB
· The database size is 15 MB
· The default value for the compression rate is 1.0
· You can choose to compress mails automatically or to manually compress emails
· Mail Carbon uses the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to send emails
· When backups are complete, they are stored files
· Backup files are always stored locally
· To restore emails after a backup, you can either extract the archive

System Requirements For Mail Carbon:

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