04 September 2018

MessageExport add-in update 4.0.164

MessageExport add-in for MS #Outlook 2016 has been updated. This release includes new requested features and a few bug fixes. 

MessageExport saves you time by automating bulk processing of email conversion tasks, such as converting to PDF, saving email to CSV, and many other things.

 Learn more and download a free 15 day trial.

22 August 2018

3 Simple Ways to Open .EML Email Files

So you have some files with a .eml file extension and you are wondering how to open and search them?  There are different ways to do this. This article will walk you through a few Windows software tools you can use to manage .eml files.

What is a .eml file?
They are individual email files, usually in text format although they can include html.  They conform to a published standard (RFC-822). Most email applications like Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook or Lotus notes can open .eml files.

Simple Way to Open .EML Files #1

If you only have a few .eml files, you don't need to install any software on your computer. Just use our free online email viewer, which uses the same email parsing engine that we use in our desktop software. Upload the .eml file and it will be displayed in your web browser.   You will be able to download any file attachments to your computer.  

Your email message is not retained, and is permanently destroyed when your session ends.  We have provided this service free for five years, and it is used each day by thousands of people.

27 July 2018

Copy Outlook Emails to PDF, MBOX and other Formats with MessageExport by Encryptomatic LLC

MessageExport(TM) add-in by Encryptomatic LLC is add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2016/2013/2010/2007 that helps format and convert email messages to PDF, MBOX, and other formats.

After installation on Windows 10/8/7,  MessageExport appears in the Outlook toolbar.

MessageExport adds PDF and email export abilities to MS Outlook.
From the drop down list, select the export profile that you want to convert the selected emails to.  In the above image, we have chosen an export profile called "Export to PDF - Attachments Embedded."   This profile will convert the email file to the PDF image, and will embed file attachments within the PDF so they can be extracted later as editable files.

We can export multiple emails by selecting them in the Outlook list.  To select all emails in the list, type Ctrol-A.

The final step in the export process is to click the "Export" button in the MessageExport toolbar. 

MessageExport can function in either 32-bit or 64-bit Outlook environments.  The best experience and fastest export performance will occur when 64-bit Outlook is used.  This provides MessageExport with access to more memory resources on your computer, allowing it to function faster.

MessageExport has many other capabilities, and you can create custom export profiles to do many different functions, including automated functions.

MessageExport Export Profile options.

Any Export profile can be edited to change how it works.  For example, you can change how it names the files it creates, using Metadata from the email.
There are options to tell MessageExport to compress output, an integration with Microsoft Sharepoint server, post-export operations that can be setup, and even a scheduler to run the export profile automatically.

If you have a need to process Outlook emails, MessageExport can likely handle the job.  Download our free trial and contact our support team if you have any questions.

19 June 2018

Enabling TLS 1.3 in Chrome

Transport Layer Security (TLS) Protocol Version 1.3 was approved by IETF in March, 2018, and is slowly making its way onto the internet.

TLS 1.3 in Chrome is available and can be enabled manually.

To enable it,  in Chrome address bar type:  chrome://flags/

Scroll down to find "TLS 1.3", then change the drop down list to "Default."

Restart Chrome.

To make sure that TLS 1.3 is active in Chrome, test your browser.

Go to https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/viewMyClient to run a protocol check.  The results of this test should tell you that TLS 1.3 has been enabled.

01 June 2018

Encryptomatic OpenPGP Add-in for MS Outlook is Updated

Encryptomatic OpenPGP add-in for Microsoft Outlook 2010/2013/2016 has been updated.  Version 2.5.2 is now available for download from the product homepage.

This is a recommended update for all users.  It addresses concerns around the widely reported eFail exfiltration technique.  While our analysis did not confirm the success of eFail with Encryptomatic OpenPGP and MS Outlook, we have implemented further precautions. 

This new release includes security enhancements that will warn users for emails without MDC validation and signature verification. We have also provided more control to you to be informed and receive security warnings. 

EPGP-191    eFail security enhancement    Implemented
EPGP-180    Error message is displaying without any message    Fixed
EPGP-187    Review labels and instructions in new EFAIL related security feature    Adjusted
EPGP-177    GUI improvements    Implemented

14 May 2018

Statement about eFail email encryption vulnerability.

Today we learned through Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) of an exploit known as efail that can compromise the text of OpenPGP encrypted messages through a combination of factors.

Developers at Encryptomatic LLC will be studying this issue in the hours and days ahead and will respond with software updates to Encryptomatic OpenPGP for MS Outlook if mitigation is necessary.

EFF is advising all PGP users to pause in their use of OpenPGP email encryption tools and seek other modes of secure end-to-end communication for now. This would include halting the use of Enigmail in Thunderbird, GPG for Outlook, and Encryptomatic OpenPGP for Outlook.