Start your Free Trial of Exclaimer Mail Archiver

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If you're already an Exclaimer customer and have a valid license for Mail Archiver, you can update or re-download the software by clicking the button below.

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To begin your no obligations free trial of our award-winning Exclaimer Mail Archiver software, please fill your details out below. Click the Download button to begin installing the Mail Archiver installation executable, known as ‘setup.exe’. Once you have completed the onscreen instructions, you will be able to launch Mail Archiver.

For more information, access the Mail Archiver online user manual, view our wide range of technical/product resources or use our dedicated Mail Archiver Knowledge base.

If you find that you run into difficulties running the software, simply contact Exclaimer Support by raising a support ticket and one of our engineers will assist you.

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The download is a single file called 'Setup.exe'. It is a standard Windows Installer package. When run, it will install Mail Archiver. Once installed, you can uninstall it as follows:

  1. Click the Start menu on your computer taskbar.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Double-click 'Add or Remove Programs' or 'Programs and Features' (depending on your operating system).
  4. Select the Exclaimer product you wish to remove from the list.
  5. Click the Remove or Uninstall button.

If you have any issues, please contact us at [email protected] or on 1‑646‑998‑9341 -- other contact information can be found on our contact page.

Trial software is fully functional for 30 days. To use the software after this period, you must purchase a license.

Installing this software will not affect your browser, system or security settings without the user's consent.