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Cutting 2 GB .PST, .OST Files Down To Size

Yo! Hi Fred. As always, Thanx for a
great newsletter and all the goodies you unearth. RE: Outlook Express lost inbox (

http://langa.com/newsletters/2006/2006-10-09.htm#7 ). Looks like the dreaded
Outlook 2 GB monster. An Inbox above 2 GB will crash. The .DBX files are in fact
there and usable , but the .PST or .OST is now corrupt . Microsoft offers a free
tool to recover these. Hope this helps your readers. Peace. —Andy

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Message Says, “You’ve Sent Infected E-Mail”

Hi Fred, Been reading your LangaList
newsletter almost since the WinMag breakup. The best!

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Backups Won’t Span Multiple DVDs?

Fred, I’ve tried backing up to DVDs
but the programs seem to stop after backing up to one DVD. In the old DOS days,
the back up programs would continuously backup to 3.5" disk until the backup was
complete. Are there any programs that will continuously backup to DVDs instead
of backing up to hard drives? Thanks,

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Opera “Speaks” MHT, Too

In "How To Save Web Pages" (

http://langa.com/newsletters/2006/2006-10-30.htm#7 ) I mentioned the
handy, all-in-one-file way of storing a complete web page— text, images,
everything— afforded by IE’s "save as type/web archive,
single file (*.mht)" option.

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Good Cookies, Bad Cookies

Hi Fred. Having gained a lot of
satisfaction from your newsletters I feel it is time to try and give something
back. Regarding Spyware and adware in Windows, there is a very useful way to
stop, probably 99% or close to it. I usually start by going into Control Panel

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Outlook Express “Retrieval Tool” Is Really Search

Regarding "Still Not Getting The
Messages" in the October 9 issue (
http://langa.com/newsletters/2006/2006-10-09.htm#7
) here’s another maybe for Outlook Express recovery:
http://www.mailnavigator.com/

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GREAT NEWS!The LangaList is Merging with Windows Secrets!

I have great news! The LangaList is merging with the Windows Secrets
Newsletter, a well-known source of little-known tips published by Brian
Livingston. I’ll be the editor of the combined publication and Brian will be editorial director.

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How To Stop Photo Thieves

I am attempting to assist a friend who
is getting into photography. She has asked me to tell her how to make her sample
photos copy proof. I know this can be done, but have no idea what to tell her.
Can you please assist me with where to look for info on this. —John

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VMware? SATA? Can’t We All Just Get Along?

In a recent edition of the LangaList,
one of your readers writes that VMware doesn’t support SATA drives (
http://langa.com/newsletters/2006/2006-10-09.htm
). I’m not sure what he means by that, as the type of hardware should be
transparent to the software … that is, if the OS recognizes it, the software
should too. My main drive on my XP Pro machine is a Western Digital 250 SATA II
drive, and VMware works fine for me. Charles Gaefke

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Playing (Safely) In I.E.’s Sandbox

Hi Fred, I searched the archives and
could not find any reference to this neat little (242KB) program called
SandboxIE, although I thought I had once seen you refer to it. (
www.sandboxie.com )

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