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comment Gmail as default client for Windows 7/Vista
Did you try to set the default mail app to GMail like explained in this question ? superuser.com/questions/499349/…
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comment How to determine the physical location of data on a disc?
I don't think you need to look at UDF, it is a filesystem and dd will take the raw data block by block. So if you get a read error, you'll be able to estimate roughly where on the disc it is located. If you don't get a read error but reading from dd image still fails, the problem is not with the DVD.
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comment Thunderbird “undo send” feature (like in Gmail)?
Question was also posted to the Mozilla support: getsatisfaction.com/mozilla_messaging/topics/…
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comment Thunderbird “undo send” feature (like in Gmail)?
This is easily done in Outlook and shields from sending an unfinished email by pressing ctrl-enter. In Thunderbird, I really miss the feature. It should be possible to indicate how much time the mail should remain in the out box before actually being sent. The procedure for Outlook: news.cnet.com/8301-13880_3-9929823-68.html