Saturday, April 18, 2020, 5:51:47 AM, you wrote:
MR> file. Instantly, it went into "Not responding" mode, with the little
MR> "thinking circle" just spinning. Endlessly, it seems.
I assume you tried this more than once.
MR> I did run the maintenance option before creating
On Thursday, February 20, 2020, at 7:10:39 AM PST, you wrote:
> If you install TB in the new machine and open TB it will look for a
> TBK. 1) If you want your data in the normal default location just
> open the new install of TB without allowing it to bring over the TBK
> info or
Sunday, March 1, 2020, 3:01:03 PM, you wrote:
> Hello Tom,
> This is not the editor, these are the file associaitons in Windows. In
> TB! it's under Options / Preferences / Associations; I have tickmarks
> at all of them.
> Your TB! cannot set the associations, as you do not have admin
On Sun, 1 Mar 2020 14:54:05 +1100 GMT (01-Mar-20, 10:54 +0700 GMT),
> The only minor difference I noticed is that the editor seems to be
> a bit different and trying to amend
> this to my preferences with respect to font or html I am getting an error
> message of :
thank you very much for your assistance, I am happy to report that I am now
working of the new pc with
the migration of TB successfully done.
I used the backup and indeed this worked very well. All accounts/templates are
still the same.
The only minor difference I noticed is that
Thank you everyone, very helpful.
I am still preparing my new pc and come across another
issue with TB that I need clarification. Some years ago I had
created an "Archive Folder" password protected for some very old
messages that I could not delete but did not need TB access every day.
On Thu, 20 Feb 2020 19:45:38 -0500 GMT (21-Feb-20, 07:45 +0700 GMT),
Richard Newman via TBUDL wrote:
T>> Do you think one or the other method is safer?
>I think transferring via the TBK backup is safer and cleaner
> . . . when it works (it usually does). Running the
T> thank you for your assistance. When you refer to the tbk file that's the
backup files, right?
Yes, the TBK file is the Bat backup file. To prepare for moving, I would
first go to the Folder Maintenance Center and run everything. That will
compress your files and to
Friday, February 21, 2020, 3:10:39 AM, you wrote:
> If you install TB in the new machine and open TB it will look for a TBK.
> 1) If you want your data in the normal default location just open
> the new install of TB without allowing it to bring over the TBK info
> or setting up any account.
> Here is how I have done it: First look up the location of the "Mail
> Directory" on your current PC under Preferences/System. Then install
> TB on the new machine but don't start it yet. Or start it and don't
> configure anything but quit it. Then copy the complete "Mail
> Directory" from your
Peter's suggestions should work just fine for you.
I keep my TB data files on a separate hard drive/partition. And have gone
through the same exercise you are encountering. I usually do a backup in TB and
move the files over via the backup to keep things in sync.
If you install TB
@15-Apr-2004, 18:35 Richard Wakeford [RW] in
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RW I know this has been discussed before but I've searched the
RW archives and my folder and can't find anything. I currently have
RW TB! on a PC running W2K Pro and am just about to take delivery
RW of a new
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On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 you wrote in mid:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Slightly. You need the registry settings too.
Thanks for that and the rest of the instructions. The new PC arrives a
week tomorrow so I'll get well prepared beforehand.
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