Alec Burgess wrote:
> Jody said:
>> Sheri that was nice of you to archive the messages like that.
>> Seems to me I saw a utility that downloaded a group to archive all in one
> Marek Jedlinski (author of Keynote) wrote a quickie program that would
download a yahoo-groups archive.
If you want a production quality programme then try PG Offline
Not freeware but does an excellent job as an
off-line reader for Yahoo Groups. It will read al the existing posts and
write them into a local offline database. Can also create archives and the
developer will host archive downloads free of charge - the catch being that
you need PG Offline to read them.
# Download & archive all the messages from a Yahoo group.
# Import/Export all or a range of messages for group/s as one file.
# Hide posts prefixed with '>' so when you're reading a thread you only see
# Mark special messages as 'Favourite' so you can find them again easily.
# Sort by author, date, message number, subject, favourite or new status.
# Search messages by author, subject or content even over multiple groups!.
# Save and load search parameters. Save and load search results.
# View only new messages & read them in a digest format.
# See statistics for the group. See how many posts you've made, etc.
# Share attachments downloaded before the Yahoo cutoff.
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