>>> Copy your mail directory to somewhere where you can restore from.
>>> Run this and change the path to where you want it to go and rename
>>> it to something that makes sense for you as this example would put
>>> "test.reg" in the "C:\test". i put mine in the mail directory
>>> regedit /e c:\test\test.reg HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\RIT

>> Thank you!

> This works only if you have the same directory structure and disk
> names.

??? How so? I have my mail directory on my E:\ drive. You have to adjust the 
path of the REG file that was in my example, but then it works

> Another way is to use the internal backup function (under Tools) and
> create a .tbk file. Move this file to a removable disk.

> I have done this a couple of times.

That is the ideal way if the TBK file doesn't go corrupt which I have had 
happen several times. I personally don't trust it but you are correct - that is 
the best way to do it

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