This is the sixth pre-final release of the GMail Backup tool - the ultimate one-click solution for doing backups of your GMail account.
Here is the changelog of this version:
- Due to my mistake, the 0.102 version still contained the 40 days period, so we fixed it and the new version is really 40-days-period free! 
Starting with this version you can specify the date range to restore. Simply specify the dates in "Since date" and "Before date" GUI fields and run "Restore". If you want to do a full restore, simply check the "Newest emails only" checkbox and click the "Restore". If you are using the command-line version, simply use
gmail-backup.exe restore dir email@example.com password 20070621 20080101
where the dates specifies the since_date and before_date options.
Can somebody here do a thorough test of this feature?
The reported OverflowError should be fixed. .
We added the "local" exception checks. If the error occur in the code that parses the email, it only prints the traceback and continues with processing of the rest.
We use UTF-8 encoded labels in labels.txt. If you have labels with non-ASCII characters, you should do a full backup!
It is very recommended to upgrade.
Bug reporting: Please use our forum for reporting bugs and wishes. Thanks!
Linux note: Under Linux you will need the wxPython (http://wxpython.org) packages installed. It also requires the
ctypes module, it should be included in the Python 2.5 distribution. For earlier versions of Python you can find the package in the repositories of your distribution.
Thank your for testing and bug reporting
Your GMail Backup Team