Eudora slowing down after 15 years 



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It's Sunday, January 23, 2011

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Here is an article about police in Massachusets getting 
hysterical about a guy who at some time in the past had 
blown up his snow bank, probably because it was mixed 
with frozen slush and hardened by ploughs. 
Common practice in many areas, but sure got the concerned
citizens upset there.
http://snipurl.com/snowbankbomber

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An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD goes to Drunks in Port Melbourne, Australia Couple Charged With Drink Driving A WOMAN, angry that police were breath testing her husband, allegedly drove her car at the officers while they were dealing with the man. The Port Melbourne pair have both lost their licenses for 12 months following the incident at the road-side breath testing operation in Greeves St, St Kilda last night. Sen-Constable Wayne Wilson said the man recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.111 when he was pulled up. But while he was being processed, the wife got into the driverís seat and drove at police. She was later found with a higher reading to her husbandís at 0.165, and will be charged with driving under the influence. Police tested 713 drivers throughout the night-long operation and detected 11 with positive readings. Three people recorded blood alcohol concentrations more than three times over the legal limit, including two people blowing 0.165 and a woman recording 0.185. In another incident last night, police were called to a Hastings hotel at 11.50pm where a man was refusing to leave the hotel. After speaking with police, the man was allowed to leave and drove away in his nearby car. He was shortly stopped by police and recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.145. The man lost his licence for 12 months.
From the Tech Support Pits: From: Alice Re: Slow Eudora Dear Webby What I like the most about your daily newsletter, is that you take a stand and are not skirting issues because you might annoy half the readers. Even though I disagree with you almost every day, or don't like what you point out, with you at least I know you are not pushing any party line. Nuff of that. About fifteen years ago you talked me into switching to Eudora for my email, because it is faster and more reliable. Well it still is reliable, but it sure is not fast any more. I have just moved it from one machine to the next and have fifteen years of mail in it. Is that too much? Alice Dear Alice Jusdging by the emails you occasionally forward, you have a lot of friends, who use Incredimail. Go into the Eudora folder and look for the Embedded directory in that. Chances are that you have a few Million pictures in that, mostly the silly slobber from the Incredimail footers. Look at that folder with a graphics program, make a new folder in it and call that one: KEEPERS. Then sort the folder by picture size. That will take some time! Then highlight the first picture and scoot down a few tens or hundreds of thousands of pictures until you get past the slobber, the logos and mugshots and closer to the pictures, that you might consider keeping. Delete all that stuff, if you can. Windows might stall on that task, forcing you to dump smaller loads. After that, the sorting will proceed a lod easier and quicker. Sort through the rest by dragging pictures, that are worth keeping into the KEEPERS folder. Then hit CTRL A to highlight all that are left, and delete those. Next, sort out the IN box. Make folders for any topic or year or friend, sort the mail so that those are bunched and move them into those folders. Ideally, the IN box should just have the stuff in it, that you plan to actually answer today or at least in a few days. Do the same with the OUT box. As a final touch, dump the trash. You will be surprised how fast Eudora runs after that. It's actually not Eudora that slows down, but Window taking a long time to sort through that much stuff. Have FUN! DearWebby
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