This app promises a flexible, portable approach to saving Web pages, but it's a Web 1.0 tool in a Web 2.0 world. IESessions' plain interface is easily accessed through Internet Explorer's Tools menu. The few options are available as buttons to Delete, Load, Save Current, or Import/Export. There's a sentence or two of instructions, but that is all you'll need to use this simple tool. Saved sessions are placed in a user-selected directory, but the file format is one recognized only by IESessions.
You can save sessions to a portable device, but you'll need IESessions loaded on any computer you use to read the files. An option to import from or export to your Amazon S3 account is the closest thing to true portability you'll find in this free add-on. Even then the file is saved in the proprietary .ies format recognized only by this app.
IESessions effectively saved, loaded, and exported Web pages. The process was quick and easy, but the ability to save in only one file format was an inconvenience that overshadowed all positive points for our testers. Users who don't mind the restrictions may find the freeware tool just helpful enough for occasional use.
Store sessions for Internet Explorer browser at Amazon S3 Service or locally. Now BaoBau IESessions supports Amazon S3 Storage, Internet Explorer 6 and Internet Explorer 7 browsers and serves as a convenient alternative to the Internet Explorer Favorites that can save your browser sessions for future use. If you are doing long research on the Internet and want to change your location just save sessions to a file and send it by e-mail, put it into the memory stick or export to Amazon S3 Storage, and with a few clicks of the mouse you will be able to restore them instantly at any time later.
Version 1.04 has Amazon S3 Service support added.