Mail Password Decryptor
The trouble with having numerous email accounts and other associated apps is that you can easily forget passwords, provided that you set different keys to each account. Mail Password Decryptor can help you in this regard.
It's not a password cracker but merely scans the database with saved keys from email clients and reveals them. The app features simple and intuitive options can even a rookie can figure out.
Setting up the tool doesn't take a long time. However, due to the fact that it's ad-supported, Mail Password Decryptor offers to download and install third-party components that it doesn't actually need to work properly. If you pay a bit of attention, you can make a clean installation, though.
Scan, view and export passwords
Represented by a regular window with a clear-cut structure, the interface invites you to start the scanner with one click, as Mail Password Decryptor will automatically look for saved passwords in email clients. Supported programs include Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird and Gtalk.
Afterward, the main frame gets populated with the app name, email address and password for each entry, and you can either export all information to HTML, XML or TXT files, or copy selected entries to the Clipboard by opening their right-click menu. Apart from the fact that it has a help file, there are no other noteworthy options available here.
Evaluation and conclusion
Unsurprisingly, the software utility left a small footprint on PC performance in our testing, using a light amount of CPU and memory. It revealed passwords rapidly without triggering the OS to hang, crash or show error dialogs.
Even if it doesn't come equipped with more comprehensive features for advanced users, Mail Password Decryptor offers a simple solution to users who don't know how to get ahold of saved passwords from their email clients.