Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Mentors, My wife's HP laptop is giving us trouble to the point that I've ordered a new ASUS laptop and are awaiting its arrival. The old HP laptop is running Win 7 and the new ASUS is loaded with Win 8 or 8.1. Not sure which. Assuming I can even figure out how to make Win 8 work, I need

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Volker Ahrendt
[In Reply to: »Jack S. LaRosa« · 2014-09-25 · 15:40 h (CET)] Moin, Jack et al.! […] The old HP laptop is running Win 7 and the new ASUS is loaded with Win 8 or 8.1. Not sure which. […] The last answer to Mike's question was the one posted by Thomas Fernandez where Thomas states that backing

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Paul Van Noord
9/25/2014 10:41 AM Hi Jack, On 9/25/2014 Jack S. LaRosa wrote: JSL I need to know how to move TB! from the old HP to the new ASUS. This is how I do it: Copy the Email data folder (with sub-folders) to the new computer. Install TB from MSI and point it to this folder. TB sees this

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Volker, On Thursday, September 25, 2014 you wrote: VA [In Reply to: »Jack S. LaRosa« · 2014-09-25 · 15:40 h (CET)] VA Moin, Jack et al.! […] The old HP laptop is running Win 7 and the new ASUS is loaded with Win 8 or 8.1. Not sure which. […] The last answer to Mike's question was the

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Paul, On Thursday, September 25, 2014 you wrote: PVN 9/25/2014 10:41 AM PVN Hi Jack, PVN On 9/25/2014 Jack S. LaRosa wrote: JSL I need to know how to move TB! from the old HP to the new ASUS. PVN This is how I do it: PVN Copy the Email data folder (with sub-folders) to the new

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Feli Wilcke
Hello Jack, On Thu, 25 Sep 2014 10:42:05 -0500GMT Jack S. LaRosa wrote: JSL Sounds very easy but when you say email JSL data folder, to which specific folder are you referring? What would JSL the Windows Explorer address bar show? Have a look at Options/Preferences/System. You will

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread MFPA
Hi On Thursday 25 September 2014 at 4:53:57 PM, in mid:1775113390.20140925175...@gmx.net, Feli Wilcke wrote: Have a look at Options/Preferences/System. You will find the directory there. Here it is called F:\TB\ but you can put it any place you want. There is also a fair chance

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello MFPA, On Thursday, September 25, 2014 you wrote: M Hi M On Thursday 25 September 2014 at 4:53:57 PM, in M mid:1775113390.20140925175...@gmx.net, Feli Wilcke wrote: Have a look at Options/Preferences/System. You will find the directory there. Here it is called F:\TB\ but you

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Rick
Typing %email% into the WinEx address bar yields: C:\Users\Jack\AppData\Roaming\The Bat! As Feli suggested, Options/Preferences/System shows: %APPDATA%\The Bat!\. If you plug that into WinEx you get: C:\Users\Jack\AppData\Roaming\The Bat! That is it! But you can put it anywhere you want and

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Feli, On Thursday, September 25, 2014 you wrote: FW Hello Jack, FW On Thu, 25 Sep 2014 10:42:05 -0500GMT Jack S. LaRosa wrote: JSL Sounds very easy but when you say email JSL data folder, to which specific folder are you referring? What would JSL the Windows Explorer address bar show?

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Jack S. LaRosa
Hello Rick, On Thursday, September 25, 2014 you wrote: Typing %email% into the WinEx address bar yields: C:\Users\Jack\AppData\Roaming\TheBat! As Feli suggested, Options/Preferences/System shows: %APPDATA%\The Bat!\. If you plug that into WinEx you get: C:\Users\Jack\AppData\Roaming\The Bat! R

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Fred
Any reason why it shouldn't be put in: C:\Program Files (x86)\The Bat!? Yes, it should ~not~ be put there, because user modifiable files are not supposed to be placed in any Program Files subdirectory. (Although this was once entirely possible in some earlier versions of Windows, this is now

Re: Moving to a new computer

2014-09-25 Thread Rick
Yes, it should ~not~ be put there, because user modifiable files are not supposed to be placed in any Program Files subdirectory. (Although this was once entirely possible in some earlier versions of Windows, this is now verboten for security reasons.) It COULD go into the programdata folder