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Re: recording results

Hi everyone
	I looked up vcf files once before and here is the link.
	I don't know why anyone would have to delete them maually, they get
deleted here automatically along with the email. I did a search on my
hard drive and there was nothing there, no vcf files. When you delete an
attachment like a photo it is gone also and I don't know why this would
be any different.

WiN wrote
> At 11:58 PM 10/20/2000 -0400, Doug Beilstein wrote:
> {"bpatch.vcf"} attachments to all Beilstein emails
> DOUG ..why are you cluttering up our hard-drives, with "VCF-attachment" on
> every email you send?
> In case you did not know this Doug (all others included?):
> 1) -- an email, is stored in hard-drive; in the Terminal Program
> (folder/directory) one uses to send/receive emails.
> 2) -- an attachment, is stored in a secondary directory/folder; as for
> example, your "bpatch.vcf" files are done automatically.
> 3) -- this means, one has to manually go to the directory/folder where the
> "vcf files" (your attachments) are stored, to delete same.
> Personally, I think you should stop attaching your VCF's; thank you kindly
> in advance; and remaining,
> HOSTA'lly yours
> WiN - William Nash Guelph Ontario Canada Zone 4
> ps.. I've attached YOUR "bpatch4.vcf" so y'all know what I'm talking about <g>
>     ---------------------------------------------------------------
>                       Part 1.2  Name: bpatch4.vcf
>                                 Type: text/x-vcard

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