On rewriting GmailKeeper: Better logging for fixing problems in the new version

Note: There will be a slight price increase and the version for Google Apps will be separated and will be priced differently. So you might want to buy Gmail Keeper now and get the upgrade in your free upgrade period when this new version is out. If the release is delayed, your free upgrade period will be extended accordingly.

The completely new GmailKeeper for Gmail backup

As the following screenshot (a connection test that you can perform once you have created a backup jo) shows, the upcoming brand new GmailKeeper has a better logging ability. The better logging function is for improving the quality of this Gmail backup tool that backs up e-mail data from the Gmail IMAP servers. When a problem come to a program like GmailKeeper, the sources are not limited to the program itself or the user’s computer, but it might be the Internet connection, or more frequently, the Gmail IMAP4 servers. So a better logging will definitely help solving a problem and improve the quality of this Google Apps and Gmail backup software for Windows. gmail imap backup tool connection testing

If you can’t see the above screenshot, here is what the gmail IMAP server connection testing shows:

18:46:22.907 The connection test is started!
18:46:22.908 Server: imap.gmail.com
18:46:22.908 Server Port: 993
18:46:22.908 User: ausername@gmail.com
18:46:22.908 Password: [hidden]
18:46:26.433 [Received]: * OK Gimap ready for requests from wq6mb98587639pac
18:46:26.442 [Sent]: C1 LOGIN [hidden credentials]
18:46:26.963 [Received]: C1 NO [AUTHENTICATIONFAILED] Invalid credentials (Failure)
18:46:26.972 [Sent]: C2 LOGOUT
18:46:27.334 [Received]: * BYE Logout Requested wq6mb98587639pacC2 OK Quoth the raven, nevermore... wq6mb98587639pac
18:46:27.346 Login failed! Is your user name and password correct?
18:46:27.348 Background testing thread has finished.