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steve: I hear the blood goes everywhere when you slit your own throat.
LOL!!! I've heard that too...'-}}


It's been so long since I used a browser's email that I'd almost forgotten the option and yeah...I prefer independent email software too...


I can't remember if I mentioned this but I realized I'd lost some of my Eudora-saved emails and decided to see if a very old VAIO laptop might have a copy. It didn't but...since the VAIO has WinXP, I had installed WinCim on it with all my saved cserve data. In browsing around, I stumbled across ShowCim which, if you may remember, was a utility that would convert cserve formatted data to regular text.

It took me a bit to remember how to use it and then I went through all my WinCim Filing Cabinet folders converting all the entries into text files which I now have saved in a folder on my main desktop system.

I still miss WinCim because it was such a nifty piece of software.




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