It’s always important to make backups of your communication. For something can always go wrong, that’s just how things go in life. If you’re using a third-party email service like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc., then you can still print your emails to a PDF-file. There are free tools available to print anything to a PDF-file. One such tool, for example, is: CutePDF. When you start doing this, just think of a folder structure on how you want to store your prints, store the prints in the right locations, and make backups to DVD or whatever regularly. Personally I read my email using POP3-mechanism through Microsoft Outlook. I have it set so that the original message is left on the server, after the message has been downloaded to my computer. When it comes in my computer it gets stored, by Outlook, in a data-file (*.pst) which I have stored on another disk than my system disk. I make a copy of the file every 2 or 4 weeks. But best would be to have an automated script to make a daily copy of it.
What should i do ? Very bad experience Any Ideas… ? I really don’t get it; why my all email disappeared.
Need some assistance… Thanks.
For your information; that was a Yahoo Mail account. and i can still log in.
Just added another 2GB of RAM stick in my another PCI slot. Total 4GB RAM. But sadly to say; my computer shows only 2.96 GB of RAM in total. Checked my Bios Settings also…. It shows….
Total Memory 4096 MB
M. C. A slot 2048 MB
M. C. B slot 2048 MB.
You guys are right i hope… But right now can’t upgrade my OS 32 bit to 64 bit. Only question is….
What should i do ? Should i keep those both sticks or unplug one ?
Is there any problem could be happen if i keep those both Sticks ?
Happy Mother’s Day
I thought that was a burner
They just update our Beta Badges again… They remove burner from our new Beta Badge. Which was situated under our Beta Badge. Anyone noticed yet ?