Microsoft Office Outlook (Outlook XP/2002, Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007) Personal Folders (PST) Backup Tool

Many users use Microsoft Office Outlook (i.e. Outlook XP/2002, Outlook 2003 or Outlook 2007) as their default e-mail client, contact list manager and daily management tasks organizer. Over time, it’s common to have Outlook contain all your important email messages, contacts information, calendar entries, appointment details, essential notes, critical to-do tasks and other personal data. To safeguard your important data against data loss and theft, it’s crucial to backup all your data — imagine what would happen if your hard

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Stewart/Stand Brown Leather & Stainless Steel Bi-fold Wallet

I just came across the very interesting Stainless Steel Bi-fold Wallet by Stewart/Stand. In case you didn’t get that, it’s stainless steel, not just your normal wallet made of leather. This Stewart/Stand stainless steel wallet claims to be durable and resistant to corrosive materials such as salts, acids and even seawater. I’m not sure about that — but I know that I love the way this wallet looks, because it’s unique and very different from your usual men’s leather wallet.

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GMail Trick

Unlike most webmail services (e.g. Live mail or Yahoo mail), with GMail, you can actually do pretty neat stuff with your email address. For instance, did you know that you could put the + sign in your email, and still receive emails as per normal? So if your email address was yourname@gmail.com, you could actually send an email to yourname+testing@gmail.com, and still receive your mails! This is because Gmail doesn’t recognize anything after the + sign. GMail does record that

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