Re: X1-Find (was [MB] What are size limits for Mailbag)
- I am also trying the new X1 program.
It has real promise!
But, so far I am interacting
with their bug department,
because it is not finding the
correct set of email files to index.
The godo news: they are really quick
to respond on bugs and suggestions.
Now they have not yet FIXED what
I have found so far, but I have hope.
when they get X1 right, it could be
killer for searching. I may still
use MB as a way to get some stats, massage
all those email addresses, etc.
But I have SO much email (in Netscape 7.1
format) that managing teh naitive files
and an MB archive is a disk space issue.
I actually went and bougth a USB 2.0/Firewire
80MB external disk to be able to backup
all my stupid email. Is that SICK or what?
--- In ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com, "Alec Burgess" <burale@a...> wrote:
> My OE-Store is 800 MB and growing by about 85 MB per month. I'd love
> MailBagArchive but even when it was much slower it just couldn't
keep up on
> my Win2K P-III 750 Mhz 256 RAM laptop
> The good news is that X1 2.0 www.x1.com.com (recently released and name
> changed from Find.exe) is able to keep up with indexing all email as it
> arrives and allows (subject to my sometimes having so much running that
> major swapping is required) effectively instantaneous access to
> from, to, word in subject, word in body word in OE-folder.
> The email indexing works with OE, Eudora and Outlook-PST files natively
> (with some extra functionality in Outlook not available yet in the other
> Email indexing functions are FREE; adding indexing to all files and
> contents of many file types (txt, html, doc, xml etc. - pdf (soon
> yet)) costs just under $50 - compare to $200 for Enfish.
> I'd be interested to hear from any power-users of MBA who have the
> compare X1 and MBA head-to-head.
> Regards ... Alec
> ---- Original Message ----
> From: "Jody" <av1611@e...>
> To: <email@example.com>
> Sent: Saturday, July 05, 2003 14:43
> Subject: Re: [MB] What are size limits for Mailbag
> > Hi Cliff,
> >> My daily backup archive is currently 417MB in size and grows daily.
> >> Search time is very acceptable.
> > Thanks for the info! Do I hear 500MB out there?
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