Creating EML copies of webmail emails


You only need to copy those emails which are relevant to the case (not, for example, personal emails about something unrelated). CloudHQ allows you to select emails from a particular email folder (label) or folders and it may well be that the emails you want are in a separate folder or folders. If not then you may need to initially create EML copies of all the emails in your webmail system - later on you can pick out those EML files  which contain relevant emails. 

When you are ready to use Cloud HQ, go to www.cloudhq.net and register/log on. Once logged on, tap Go To Dashboard, select Sync, choose Single User Set Up. Then select Back up one cloud to another cloud and the Sync Wizard panel should be displayed. Select one-way sync and press the square for the email system you have, such as Gmail, Yahoo mail, etc. and follow the prompts to log on to your email system and the further prompts to select the subset of emails to be copied to EML files. Then press the Google Drive square, press Add Google Drive and follow the log-on prompts and create and select a Google Drive temporary folder in which the EML files will be created. On the Synchronisation Options panel shown below tick Include email message body and Export messages into EML format and Include email attachments and tap the Start Sync button.



When Cloud HQ has created EML copies of the emails, Cloud HQ will send a confirmatory email to you saying e.g. The initial data transfer between your Gmail and your Google Drive has finished successfully. The sync between these two accounts is running now. Continuously and indefinitely. You can then log on to Cloud HQ and press the Delete Sync Pair button. 


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The information on this page about specific computer techniques is provided for information purposes only. Every reasonable effort has been made to ensure that the information is accurate and up to date at the time it was written but no responsibility for its accuracy, or for any consequences of relying on it, is assumed by me. Any sample screen layouts are based on the version of software current when the screen shot was taken and may be different now. You should satisfy yourself, before using any of the techniques, software or services described, that the techniques are appropriate for your purposes and that the software or service is reliable.

This page was lasted updated in August 2018. Disclaimer