Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail helps you find message copies in Windows Mail. Copies in Windows Mail appears when your computer lost connection to mail server or when you simple copy these messages.
If you have problems with internet connection or with mail server your Windows Mail can lose connection when messages transfering. When your computer will receive messages again some messages will be recieved again. Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail set order in folders by some seconds.
When you run Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail, opens dialog box, and the first control is a an radio button for the select of action . Obviously you do need many copies of messages but possible you need some important messages.
You can select what to do with copies: move to Found Copies folder or move to Deleted folder. In all cases you do not afraid lose messages because Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail do not erase messages just move to one folder only. If you sure what your messages is not importants then select move to Deleted folder.
After close Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail run Windows Mail to clear Deleted folder. Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail scaning all folders for copies exlude two folders: Found Copies and Deleted. If your Windows Mail has not Found Copies folder Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail will create this folder. You do need to create this folder manualy.
Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail have simple and easy to use interface. When you run Duplicate Finder forWindows Mail you should select what to do with found copies. To start scaningWindows Mail folders press "Ok".
Searching and moving messages takes several seconds depends by count of folders. To break searching press "Abort" button. As soon find will be completed "Abort" button will change caption to "Close". Press "Close button or "Esc" to close Duplicate Finder for Windows Mail window.
Duplicate Finder forWindows Mail window have editor with report of scaning process. Report contains information about folders names and messages count wwhich has been moved.