I'm not real up on imaging or the genesis term. So I have some research & reading to do too.
Sorry about the genesis
term. Just me trying to sound educated.
Latin, from Greek, from gignesthai to be born
I use genesis
to denote the first or original image created after a fresh install as opposed to any later ones. A friend of mine refers to his as incept images
. BTW -My extremely educated girlfriend just rolled her eyes and said "Why don't you label them XP-Image#1 and XP-Image#2? and be done with it?" I'm tempted to reply that we could...but where's the fun in that? On second thought...maybe I'd better not.
How do I backup my emails in Thunderbird other than MozBackup? That's the number one concern I'm having at the moment.
There was a write-up recently over at gHacks.net about a no-install application called MailBrowser Backup
which works with Thunderbird. More info and the download can be found here:http://alancla.110mb...g/mailbrowserbackup/
I've downloaded it and used it to backup TBird - but I haven't
used it to restore anything yet. I'll have to test that when I get a minute. Backup was very quick, producing a 4Mb backup file.
It looks like a nice little app. So far, it only (allegedly) works with Chrome, Firefox, and Thunderbird, but the developer has plans to support additional browsers and e-mail clients later on.
Might be worth a try, either as a replacement for MozBackup - or a...er..backup