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revised How to generate a email contacts file from a batch of .eml files?
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comment How to restore Windows Live Mail Contacts?
+1 Thanks @Matthew - Nirsoft's LiveContactView worked for me. I prefer your solution because: 1) Doesn't need to be on the original PC -in LiveContactView you can run it on a backup on the contacts folder that is residing on another drive, doesn't have to be an active installation of Windows Live Mail. 2) This app is from what appears to be an established organisation, so even though I'm sure an independent developer has best intentions, an organisation can suggest a higher level of confidence with the tool 3) It's free.
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comment How to batch check audio files can play
+1 and accepted answer - thank you so much Karan.
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comment Best music playlist generator software
If you want a playlist for each folder, then I found this solution to work: hydrogenaud.io/forums/…
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comment DVD/CD burning .zip: is it more reliable, faster, longer lasting to burn a zip of files rather than the files as a folder?
Another approach that gives similar benefits to burning a .zip file is to create a disc image of the files to be burned and then burn the image. To me this would give a steady burn of the data as it is a single file that can be streamed to the burner, rather than the burner's host machine having to seek out individual files. With this approach there is not the inconvenience as with zip where the files have to be unzipped. In fact this is the approach I now use when archiving.
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