I just lost 2 years of a part of my life

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#16 Postby lelle » Thu Aug 11, 2005 7:16 pm

lelle sat alone in his bed with his computer on his lap and had to laugh for minutes after reading the last posts
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#17 Postby brendan » Thu Aug 11, 2005 7:54 pm

Hey, Rob, I think I have an easy way to backup files by default. If possible, set up (or have Khan set up) an IMAP account through your e-mail server and then download an e-mail client, such as Thunderbird, to extract the messages from your inbox while keeping them in the server. You can use Thunderbird to read and write e-mail, while having two copies of everything: 1) your e-mails as they are now on the server, accessed as you probably do now by logging in through the Web and 2) your e-mails through the mail client. Using the mail client, you can also transfer your files to your hard drive.


Oh, and if everyone isn't already, I suggest using Firefox as your default Web browser. It's much more secure than Internet Explorer with a lot cooler features. Not to mention you will be supporting the open source/free software movement.


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#18 Postby Vamprilla » Thu Aug 11, 2005 8:09 pm

I was joking about the bad mood stuff. I'd love to help you guys move. Ok, I sound wierd now. KLinda like when my sister and brother were gonna do yard work and Isaid I wanted to weed...Anyway, just save your stuff on a disk.
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