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    There are some common incidents faced by the Gmail user, for example, a virus attack or a hacker trying to destroy data. These incidents push users to think to backup Gmail emails to make the data safer. The question comes to several Gmail users’ minds, which is the best technique to take the backup of the Gmail. Many of them go with the manual method, and some try to search for its alternative.

    Taking backup through the conventional method is harder; we will suggest you go with the Shoviv Gmail backup & restore tool. It will allow you to take back-up of your Gmail emails into PST file format. The backup process will be smoother as there is no risk of losing your data through this utility.

    Apart from it, there are various advanced features available in this software. It comes with the default incremental backup feature, which is responsible to resume any interrupted process. Users can also use its scheduler option that makes it possible to schedule the daily, weekly, and monthly backup tasks easily.

    To know more detail about the software, its free trial version is available.

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    Now, you can safely take Backup of the data from Gmail emails to PST with the help of Cloud Backup Software which is made up by using the finest and most advanced technology. It is acceptable to backup encoded and password secure files without losing data. This online software user backup all the data of Gmail mailbox like emails, sent items, deleted items, drafts, outbox contacts, inbox, calendars, notes (To, Bcc, Cc, Subject, From, Object, Date, and Time) Into newly created Outlook PST file. Apart from Gmail, it supports numerous formats like HTML, EMLX, EML, vCal, MBOX, vCard, NSF, PST, and MSG for containing the data for future use.

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