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Mac Backup Guru costs $29 per computer for a one-time licensing fee. Hybrid local and cloud backup services Ideally, you should have both a local backup program in place and an off-site cloud-based backup service. Time Machine is the built-in backup feature of your Mac. To use it, you need an external storage device, sold separately: An external USB, Thunderbolt, or FireWire drive connected to your Mac. To see storage information about your Mac, click the Apple menu in the top-left of your screen. Choose About This Mac and click the Storage tab. For Time Machine backups, it's good to use a drive that has at least twice the storage capacity of your Mac.

You can use Time Machine, the built-in backup feature of your Mac, to automatically back up all of your files, including apps, music, photos, email, documents, and system files. When you have a backup, you can restore files from your backup if the original files are ever deleted from your Mac, or the hard disk (or SSD) in your Mac is erased or replaced.

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Create a Time Machine backup

To create backups with Time Machine, all you need is an external storage device. After you connect the device and select it as your backup disk, Time Machine automatically makes hourly backups for the past 24 hours, daily backups for the past month, and weekly backups for all previous months. The oldest backups are deleted when your backup disk is full.

Connect an external storage device

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Connect one of the following external storage devices, sold separately. Learn more about backup disks that you can use with Time Machine.

  • External drive connected to your Mac, such as a USB, Thunderbolt, or FireWire drive
  • External drive connected to an AirPort Extreme Base Station (802.11ac model) or AirPort Time Capsule
  • AirPort Time Capsule
  • Mac shared as a Time Machine backup destination
  • Network-attached storage (NAS) device that supports Time Machine over SMB

Select your storage device as the backup disk

When you connect an external drive directly to your Mac, you might be asked if you want to use the drive to back up with Time Machine. Select Encrypt Backup Disk (recommended), then click Use as Backup Disk.

An encrypted backup is accessible only to users with the password. Learn more about keeping your backup disk secure.

If Time Machine doesn't ask to use your drive, follow these steps to add it manually:

  1. Open Time Machine preferences from the Time Machine menu in the menu bar. Or choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Time Machine.
  2. Click Select Backup Disk (or Select Disk, or Add or Remove Backup Disk):
  3. Select your external drive from the list of available disks. Then select ”Encrypt backups” (recommended) and click Use Disk:

If the disk you selected isn't formatted as required by Time Machine, you're prompted to erase the disk first. Click Erase to proceed. This erases all information on the backup disk.

Enjoy the convenience of automatic backups

After you select a backup disk, Time Machine immediately begins making periodic backups—automatically and without further action by you. The first backup may take a long time, depending on how many files you have, but you can continue using your Mac while a backup is underway. Time Machine backs up only the files that changed since the previous backup, so future backups will be faster.

To start a backup manually, choose Back Up Now from the Time Machine menu in the menu bar. Use the same menu to check the status of a backup or skip a backup in progress.

Learn more

  • If you back up to multiple disks, you can switch disks before entering Time Machine. Press and hold the Option key, then choose Browse Other Backup Disks from the Time Machine menu.
  • To exclude items from your backup, open Time Machine preferences, click Options, then click the Add (+) button to add an item to be excluded. To stop excluding an item, such as an external hard drive, select the item and click the Remove (–) button.
  • If using Time Machine to back up to a network disk, you can verify those backups to make sure they're in good condition. Press and hold Option, then choose Verify Backups from the Time Machine menu.
  • In OS X Lion v10.7.3 or later, you can start up from your Time Machine disk, if necessary. Press and hold Option as your Mac starts up. When you see the Startup Manager screen, choose “EFI Boot” as the startup disk.

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System Requirements for Mail Backup X

  • Computer Processor: 1GHz or Higher
  • Computer Memory: 2 GB or More
  • Internet Connection: Cable or DSL

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Supported OS

Mac OS X ( 10.10 and above)
Now ready for macOS X Catalina/ please read note below for install instructions

Windows 8 and above

Note: Instructions for Additional Installation Steps required for users macOS Mojave & Catalina

In macOS Mojave & Catalina Apple restricts access to Mails, Contacts and Calendar for third-party applications. macOS Mojave & Catalina users will need to allow & set permissions for Mail Backup X to access Mails, Calendars and the Contacts.

Please follow the step-by-step procedure given below to ensure compatibility with macOS Mojave & Catalina.

1. Please go to the 'System Preferences' on your Mac,

2. Open 'Security & Privacy' from the top

3. Click on the 4th Tab 'Privacy' which is after Firewall

4. Then Click on 'Full Disk Access'.

5 Add Mail Backup X from your Application folder

6. You will get a prompt suggesting you need to quit Mail Backup X. Please click on 'Quit Now'.

7. Launch Mail Backup X Again.

Change Log

Version 1.78.191011 - Released on 11th October 2019 << Latest Version >>

  • Updated: Performance enhancements & Compatability with macOS X Catalina.

Version 1.76.190328 - Released on 28th March 2019

  • Fixed: few customer reported bugs.

Version 1.68.180711 - Released on 11th September 2018

  • Fixed: A rare issue with folder hierarchy synchronisation.
  • Fixed: Unable to read Apple Mail Database on 10.11 in a rare scenario.

Version 1.62.180425 - Released on 25th April 2018

  • Fixed: Mail Backup X fails to detect folder hierarchy from Apple Mail on few machines.
  • Fixed: Exported VCF and ICS not imported by google.
  • Fixed: A corruption in database chunks in case Mail Backup X crashes or force quit.
  • Fixed: Button titles not update in wizard dialogs sometimes.
  • Fixed: Major crashes reported by customers.
  • Fixed: Date searching should honour local timezone (It used to filter items in GMT).
  • Fixed: A timezone related issue in recurring events from OLM and OLK Databases.
  • Fixed: Uncached data warning does not disappear when Apple Mail has attachments with a '.' dot name prefix.
  • Improved: Viewer: Improved data list loading in viewer. A major refactoring to support very large number (say 1000000 mails or more) of items in viewer without costing memory and performance. Now items should load quickly and folder switching should be smooth.
  • Improved: Searching: Significant performance improvement in searching mechanism. Even with a very large number of items (say 1000000 mails or more).
  • Improved: Rigorously tested to avoid data loss or corruption in various scenarios. Introduced exhausted error handling to take care of failure in various scenarios.
  • Improved: Redesigned 'Mirror Setup' mechanism. Earlier we used to have a primary backup and it's mirrors but now it has changed. All mirrors are given same status now and all are independent of each other. Now use can randomly remove or add any mirror copy. Introduced error handling while setting up or deleting mirror copies.
  • Improved: Improved logging mechanism. Added timestamp to log messages. Also increased coverage of logging to identify cause of unwanted failures, which enables us to quickly fix issues.
  • Improved: Performance improvement in backup synchronization and data import workflow.