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This is all over the net today.

Is this something to get excited about?

Problem: Daily downloads / mail attachments filling up mydocuments folder real fast. 100s by the end of the week.  These have to be sorted into their respective folders by weekend manually. The destination folders are usually multilevel deep in the folder structure. Such a boring and time consuming task

Solution needed:
Some easy method - the more I think about it - I fancy the idea of having an application that will present all destination folders around mydocuments folder in a graphical way (like mindmap) allowing me to just move the files around. Ofcourse, I should be able to click open the files to see the contents if the name is not suggestive of the destination.

Any thoughts?

General Software Discussion / MAILSTORE EMAIL ARCHIVER
« on: March 30, 2008, 04:25 AM »
I have been using Mailstore Home http://www.mailstore.../mailstore-home.aspx for archiving emails from my gmail and imap accounts.
The experience has been Quite impressive. So much that I have almost stopped using X1 for searching email.
It has also helped me avoid keeping all those old archived pst files in my laptop (so as to enable X1 to archive the mails)

Is anyone else using mailstore? What is the experience?  Would anyone recommend upgrading to mailstore server (USD599)?

Yesterday, was composing a long email and suddenly IE crashed and lost the entire draft (45mins work lost).
ANd this is not the first time that I lost typed text (powerfailure, software crashes, accidental pressing of wrong keys - are some of the reasons)

Was wondering if there is a good tool (similar to keylogger but less the spyware part) that will log the typed text (preferably including formatting) and realtime autosave in the background

Any suggestions?

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