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Openera – A Guide to The Savior of Important Email Attachments

We all know how it feel would feel like to accidentally delete an email containing an important file we just received. Just think about it: it’s nighttime, you didn’t realize you deleted the email that has the important file while cleaning up your inbox, you need it for tomorrow and you can’t contact your colleague who has the file you need because she decided to sleep early. How are you going to get the file?

Luckily, there’s Openera, the web application for Gmail that can backup your email attachments straight into your cloud storage account of choice. With this, you can be prepared for that one moment you never would have seen coming. Read on to learn how you can get started with Openera and how it works.          

How to get started

  • Enter your Gmail address or your Google Apps email address, found in the home page.
  • Openera will ask for permission to connect with your email and the cloud storage account of your choice. On the next page, click next to start connecting.
  • You will be directed to the Gmail/Google Apps account selection page. Here, you can select the account you want to connect with or add in a new one.
  • Click on “Allow Access” to give Openera permission to connect to the chosen account.
  • You will then be directed back to the Openera page. Free users can only pick one storage account to use for the connection, so for this next step, pick between the following: Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydive or Evernote. Note that whichever storage account you chose, you also have to allow permission for Openera to connect to it. Click “Next” after choosing.
  • Create a password for your account. Click “Next” to continue.
  • On the last step, you will see the rules for your account, which vary depending on your cloud storage of choice. You will also see that all the files will be placed into their own subfolders within the Openera folder in your cloud storage.
  • Click “Next” once you’re ready.
  • Openera will then scan your email inbox for important files. After that, you will receive an email detailing your Inbox report.
  • Click on “Get Started” to finish the process and look around your Openera account.
  • How it works

    Openera is autonomous; it will always constantly scan your accounts and automatically backup your attachments to the cloud storage you picked. You can find all the stats about your files in the Openera dashboard. Clicking on “Files” in the top menu will take you to a page containing more details about the attachments, which are not only stored in categories, but also allowing you to manage them, perhaps even edit them. You can also download the attachments from this page.

    All in all, using Openera is simple. It is constantly working so you don’t have to store the attachments yourself, saving you the trouble. With this, you no longer have to worry about losing your files in the mail, as you now have Openera covering for you.


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