top of page

Support Group

Public·201 members

Mail PassView V1.86 Email ( ) TOP


CLICK HERE > https://urlin.us/2tAD39





How to Recover Your Lost Email Passwords with Mail PassView v1.86


Have you ever forgotten the password of your email account If you use an email client such as Outlook, Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail, or Eudora, you may have stored your password in the program settings. But what if you need to access your email from another device or browser


Don't worry, there is a simple and free solution: Mail PassView v1.86. This is a small and portable utility that can recover your email passwords from various email clients. It supports POP3, IMAP, SMTP, Webmail, and Hotmail/MSN accounts.


In this article, we will show you how to use Mail PassView v1.86 to recover your email passwords in a few easy steps.


Step 1: Download and run Mail PassView v1.86


You can download Mail PassView v1.86 from the official website of NirSoft, a reputable developer of freeware utilities. The download link is here.


Mail PassView v1.86 is a portable program, which means you don't need to install it on your computer. You can just extract the ZIP file and run the executable file (mailpv.exe).


Step 2: Scan your email clients for passwords


When you run Mail PassView v1.86, it will automatically scan your email clients for passwords and display them in a table. You can see the account name, application, email address, server type, server name, user name, and password for each account.


If you have multiple email clients installed on your computer, you can choose which one to scan by using the "Advanced Options" menu.


Step 3: Save or copy your passwords


Once you have recovered your email passwords, you can save them to a file or copy them to the clipboard. You can also export them to various formats such as HTML, XML, CSV, or TXT.


To save your passwords to a file, go to the "File" menu and choose "Save Selected Items". To copy your passwords to the clipboard, go to the "Edit" menu and choose "Copy Selected Items". To export your passwords to a different format, go to the "View" menu and choose "HTML Report - All Items" or "HTML Report - Selected Items".


Conclusion


Mail PassView v1.86 is a handy tool that can help you recover your lost email passwords from various email clients. It is easy to use and does not require installation. However, you should be careful when using it, as some antivirus programs may detect it as a threat. This is because it can access your passwords and send them over the internet if you are not careful.


Therefore, you should only download Mail PassView v1.86 from the official website of NirSoft and run it on a trusted computer. You should also delete it after you have recovered your passwords and not share it with anyone else.


How to use Mail PassView v1.86 to recover email passwords from another computer


If you want to recover your email passwords from another computer, you can use Mail PassView v1.86 in two ways: by using a USB flash drive or by using a remote desktop software.


Using a USB flash drive


You can use a USB flash drive to run Mail PassView v1.86 on another computer without leaving any traces. To do this, follow these steps:


Copy the mailpv.exe file to your USB flash drive.


Plug the USB flash drive into the other computer.


Run the mailpv.exe file from the USB flash drive.


Recover your email passwords as described in the previous section.


Save or copy your passwords to the USB flash drive.


Eject the USB flash drive and remove it from the other computer.


Note that this method may not work if the other computer has a security policy that prevents running executable files from removable drives.


Using a remote desktop software


You can also use a remote desktop software such as TeamViewer or AnyDesk to access another computer and run Mail PassView v1.86 on it. To do this, follow these steps:


Download and install the remote desktop software on both computers.


Connect to the other computer using the remote desktop software.


Download and run Mail PassView v1.86 on the other computer.


Recover your email passwords as described in the




About

Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...

Members

  • Nicole Schmitz
  • Vitto Scaletta
    Vitto Scaletta
  • Mahnonog Sobaka
    Mahnonog Sobaka
  • thanh tran
    thanh tran
  • Janet Gee
    Janet Gee
bottom of page