How to Recover Saved Email Passwords from Mailbird

How to Recover Saved Email Passwords from Mailbird

This research article exposes the password secrets of Mailbird – one of the popular Email clients.

Here we show you all interesting details including where all your mail passwords are stored, how it is stored and how to recover it automatically.

Mailbird Password Secrets

Mailbird saves all your email login passwords in file called “Store.db” at following location

[Windows Vista/7/8/10]

[Windows XP/2003] 
C:\Documents and Settings\[user_name]\Local Settings\Application Data\Mailbird\Store\Store.db

This “Store.db” file is in SQLite database format and contains following tables for specific purposes,

table: Accounts => POP3/IMAP accounts 
table: SenderIdentities => SMTP accounts
table: OAuth2Credentials => OAuth based accounts 

For each stored account, Accounts & SenderIdentities table contains elements like Server_Host, Email, EncryptedPassword referring to mail server, username & encrypted password respectively.

Password is encrypted using AES-256-CBC algorithm with fixed key & IV.

How to Recover Mailbird Passwords Automatically

Here is simple way to recover all the forgotten email passwords from Mailbird without worrying about where it is stored and how to decrypt it.

You can use our Email Password Recovery Pro software to instantly & easily recover all your email passwords from Mailbird as shown in video below,

Here are the simple steps to recover all your saved passwords,

  • Step 1: Download & Install Email Password Recovery Pro software from here
  • Step 2: Next launch the software on your computer
  • Step 3: It will automatically discover, decrypt and display all passwords from popular email clients including Mailbird as shown below
It can also recover mail passwords from custom profile locations, portable email clients & external drives

For more details, please refer to Online User Guide


Hope this article has helped you to understand password secrets of Mailbird. Please comment below on what do you think or if you have any queries.



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