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The Unofficial Official "Your Inbox is Full" Thread
It does indeed, but I am intrigued. (A bit of) space made. Proceed, sir...
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For the first time ever, my inbox is now almost too full. I feel honored! Smile

The automated e-mail says, "you should consider archiving or deleting some of your messages. Please visit this page to do so:
http://www.fanedit.org/forums/private.php"

Is there a way to archive the messages in the inbox itself (some sort of compression or zipping of the files), or am I just copying and pasting them into MS Word or something? The message made it sound like I should be looking for some "Archive" link to click on. I looked for some function on the Inbox page but I didn't see anything. I also tried searching the forums with no luck.

Am I a complete doofus, or am I just supposed to copy the messages into something else like Word?
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TomH1138 Wrote:Is there a way to archive the messages in the inbox itself (some sort of compression or zipping of the files), or am I just copying and pasting them into MS Word or something?

Go to your inbox. Go to the bottom, look for this:

[Image: 7nS6sv.png]

Download all as Text is easiest. Then you can delete what you don't need.
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Do people really save PMs? I wish I was that organized.
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[MENTION=9578]Neglify[/MENTION] Awesome! Thank you!
[MENTION=6348]TV's Frink[/MENTION] I probably won't ever look at them again. But whenever I get rid of something permanently, whether it be messages or some household item, within a week I will have an urgent need for that thing that I got rid of. Every. Single. Time.

Downloading the messages is the only way to ensure that I'll never need them. Smile
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casual bat signal to Dwight Fry
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Bobson Dugnutt your inbox is full
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