Hi Pam, I'd say my computer is a learning box, so whatever I can learn from it I do. I have things on it that if I lost, I would miss, but could do without. I occasionally back up my email stuff, address book, favorites and the stuff in my documents, and the desktop, so I guess I wouldn't lose everything. I just recently got a cdrw. Before I used to do it on a second hard drive, but after a friend lost two drives at the same time, I decided to get the cdrw. I'm not familiar with the latest version of Ghost and haven't kept up with it. :O) Bob Noble www.sonic.net/bnoble ----- Original Message ----- From: "Pam" <ltf01@xxxxxxxxxx> | I don't use OE at all. I use Outlook, which does the same thing as you | explain of OE6. I think the virus filter used by your ISP is your angel in | disguise. | I'm very careful with my machine, probably moreso than most, because I make | my living from this box. I can't afford to lose out to a stupid virus. (I | say this and think to myself how stupid I am that I have a brand new hdd and | unopened copy of Norton Ghost sitting on my shelf, waiting on me to back up | my system, but I haven't done it yet for some reason) | Speaking of Ghost and backups, what do you know about Ghost? | | Pam | | > | > | >Hi Pam, | >I meant by IE 6, OE 6, which is part of it. | >OE 6 doesn't open anything excepts pics. | > | >I suppose you could set it to do so. | > | >I think I have a copy of the Klez thing, which I received about a | >month ago. | > | >For some unknown reason, I just don't get all the virus stuff | >coming in my email | >that I hear others get. | > | >Part of it might be that my ISP does some active filtering of | >emails for some of | >the worst viruses. If they catch them, I don't see them. :O) | > | >Bob Noble | >www.sonic.net/bnoble | > To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.