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    What you want to do is certainly feasible. The...

    What you want to do is certainly feasible. The longer the interval between downloading to you offline archive the greater the risk of hitting the 120MB limit.

    If you are happy having your mail...
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    If your ISP supports IMAP ask them if you can...

    If your ISP supports IMAP ask them if you can just change your POP3 account to an IMAP account.
    Then (like I did) you migrate your archive of old e-mail messages back onto the IMAP server and create...
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    Short Answer: the primary issue is the TB files...

    Short Answer: the primary issue is the TB files are not intended to be shared by multiple clients. They are definitely not intended to be accessed simultaneously by multiple clients. The sync issues...
  4. While you may not be able to control the file...

    While you may not be able to control the file locations, you can as Zeddy suggests map a new drive letter to a network location closer to the end of the file path.
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    I have also used & recommend the LastPass (paid...

    I have also used & recommend the LastPass (paid version) for several years. For moving between differentvbrowsers on different computers it is really very good. App integration (iOS & Android) still...
  6. Gmail will protect you from the prying of others,...

    Gmail will protect you from the prying of others, but will read your email to support their advertising habit.
    Yahoo will read your email to support their advertising & until they recently...
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    At home I made a conscious decision to move away...

    At home I made a conscious decision to move away from MS-Outlook as it stores your e-mails in monolithic files that are not easily accessed by other clients.
    Monolithic - if it breaks, you loose...
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    If you both have Skype, it too has a robust (will...

    If you both have Skype, it too has a robust (will survive a reboot) file transfer facility.
    Last week I used it for a 15GB file transfer.
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    Two step authentication is definitely a good way...

    Two step authentication is definitely a good way of improving account security.

    I have several friends who have had their gmail accounts hacked & my son, who is active on some gaming sites,...
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    At risk of going off-topic: is there any e-mail...

    At risk of going off-topic: is there any e-mail client that does not insist on "hiding" mail folders in a deep & obscure location. There should be a universal rule that they are placed in...
  11. I undrrstand that you are not looking for a paid...

    I undrrstand that you are not looking for a paid service, but have a look at SugarSync. They are discontinuing their free service but are offering 60GB for $18.75 for a year.

    A nice feature about...
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