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    Can i backup my all thread

    hi,
    is there any way to get backup of my all threads if not then is it possible to add to this forum

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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    Do you mean you want to get a copy of all your threads, or perhaps explain again, please?
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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    I don't think there is, but if it helps at all, I copy and paste useful posts into my OneNote noteboook, which automatically stores a direct link to them.
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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

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    Yes i mean i want to get a copy of all my threads

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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    In whatever browser you use, Save Page ...
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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    thanks shg
    i have 1655 post and this very difficult to save all pages

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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    Dont think there is any way to do that the way you want. Only Save for each 1

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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    You can try third party software to save full site for offline access, like HTTrack or many others.
    Before you answer you don't want download full site check options in this software.
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    Re: Can i backup my all thread

    On the face of it, Sandy, that's not a bad suggestion! I've used HTTrack in the past, and it does allow access to sites that require a log on. In terms of filtering, though, I think it only allows you to say how 'deep' you want it to go - I don't remember it being any more refined than this. There may be other similar software that offers more, though.

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