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BAMseek is an small application that allows you to view the content of large BAM, SAM, FASTQ, VCF and SFF files.
The application is written in Java and is very easy to use. You just have to open the desired file and it will display its content.
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03 Nov 2012 19:10:55 +0000 people have asked me how to view large BAM files. Using the Java library BamViewer you can do it easily. Download the files and then just run BamViewer. A detailed description of how BamViewer works is here:
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Backup emails and manage them in a secure and
reliable manner
* Supports more than 20 email service providers such as Gmail, AOL, Outlook, Hotmail, and others
* Provides a safe, reliable way to export emails to your computer without loosing any attachment or formatting information
* Also supports folder export, duplicate email checking, and more
* Supports nearly all web browsers and email client
* Flexible settings to customize the output file format for your needs
* Backups are saved in Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, and Evernote
* Safe in use, the program allows one-time account passwords, there is no need to worry
* Export to a huge list of file formats
* Supports nearly all web browsers and email client
* Supports for more than 20 email service providers
* Does not require installation
* Safeguard your information as the program supports one-time passwords
* Controls the size of output file for optimized speed and great user experience
* The app is safe to use as it does not require access to the target account
Backing up emails is all the more valid ever since some providers have started erasing mailboxes for inactivity and Yahoo Mail is the prime culprit. Yahoo To PDF Converter aims to provide a solution for everyone to export their Yahoo emails to their computer safely and securely in more than one format.
Nothing to worry about
Upon booting the app, you’ll be prompted to introduce your Yahoo account credentials. While this may seem suspicious at first, the fact that you have to generate an app password via Yahoo erases all doubts about a possible account scam.
Upon logging in, select the mailboxes that you would like to export, and then proceed to the backup menu. The options there are quite numerous: export the emails to your computer, then delete them on the cloud to save space, remove duplicate mails and omit attachment files, and much more. You can also set a mail filter to only export the entries in a certain date range.
Numerous formats to export in
While using the dropdown in the backup menu, you’ll notice that there’s a lot of variety. From being able to migrate for mail services like Thunderbird, AOL, Hotmail, and so on, and all the way to exporting your emails as.PDF,.JPG,.DOCX, and.HTML files to keep them on your computer there’s a lot to choose from.
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