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4/22/2019 5:32:20 PM
Posted: 8/20/2006 8:54:53 PM EDT
Im sure there has to be a way, but Im damn sure not bright enough on my own to do it.

My slave is new, partioned and smokin, I dont trust single drives anymore. I learned last crash to backup bookmarks every now and again.


tia!

Link Posted: 8/20/2006 9:17:45 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 8/20/2006 9:20:45 PM EDT by CousinIT50]
are you using outlook express?

ETA

Sorry missed the OE

Go into OEs tools, then options, them maintenance then look at the stored folder.
If you go there and copy all on the files to a safe place it will backup everything.
Link Posted: 8/20/2006 9:27:31 PM EDT

Originally Posted By CousinIT50:
are you using outlook express?

ETA

Sorry missed the OE

Go into OEs tools, then options, them maintenance then look at the stored folder.
If you go there and copy all on the files to a safe place it will backup everything.




Thanks!@



Link Posted: 8/21/2006 3:54:38 AM EDT
search for *.dbx
Link Posted: 8/21/2006 4:00:09 AM EDT

Originally Posted By cruze5:
search for *.dbx


I had tried that and it kept coming back Nothing found.






"Kept". I was lke WTF???


Link Posted: 8/21/2006 4:14:06 AM EDT
Change your search option to include system and hidden files.
The files your are looking for are in your provile directory that is hidden.

Steve
Link Posted: 8/21/2006 6:04:25 AM EDT
For non-geeks, here some hints... you have to change the settings of your Windows Explorer first, to show you hidden files. Click on "Tools" in the drop-down menu, then "Folder Options", "View", "Show hidden files and folders."

Then you type in "C:" in the address bar of Windows Explorer (or copy-and paste the string C:Documents and Settings) and press enter. Browse your way through the directories above, i.e. the directory that has your login name, and then:

Application Data
Identities
GUID identifier, which looks like: {A2E93500-40A9-404E-8935-CDC5CD0E48AF}
Microsoft
Outlook Express


link
Link Posted: 8/21/2006 4:15:31 PM EDT
This is what I use and it's free. I don't set it to run automatically just to keep the number of things running at startup down. I backup to a 2nd HD too, after a couple of drive failures.
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