After updating to Snow Leopard, some users need to update the shell script used to quit all Microsoft applications in Super Duper! The article also addresses the error with Adobe Unit Types.osax. . . .
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If you haven’t backed up lately then your data must not be important. If you are using Time Machine to backup, did you know that backing up while any Microsoft application is open can result in a corrupted database?
If you haven’t entered your info in the poll How big is your database?, please add your info. Currently, the largest number of users fall in the 1-4 GB range. The more users that contribute . . .
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Learn to backup your Entourage contacts using several options. Set up an Automator workflow that can be scheduled to backup automatically. Manually export your data as .rge and tab-delimited files. Save a .csv files for uploading to an online Address Book. . . .
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Previously, we’ve focused only on backing up your Entourage Identity, but today we’re going to also include the importance of backing up your Office for Mac folder in Applications, recovery from a bad system update and backup on the fly using SuperDuper! . . .
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To successfully backup your Entourage database, be sure all Microsoft applications and the Microsoft Database daemon are quit before backing up. New to Entourage 2008, Office Reminders are not quit when the Microsoft Database daemon is quit. . . .
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Using a shell script and an AppleScript that can be run automatically by the Mac OS X/Unix system utility, cron, these scripts run without any intervention on your part and keep your Entourage data safely backed up. . . .
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In this article, you will find out how you can configure your Mac to create a backup copy of the Microsoft User Data folder whenever you quit Entourage. While there have been some stability improvements with the latest version of Entourage (Entourage 2008), it is always a wise decision to back up the Entourage database. There are a couple of solutions on the Entourage Help Page, and this method is in fact only an automatised version of telling the Finder to copy the MUD folder to a different location. At the same time, the automation might appeal to some users who would otherwise forget to back up their files, so let us have a look at how this process can be set up. . . .
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There are numerous applications out there designed to help you back up your Entourage data. I recently took a deeper look at one of them: EagleFiler by c-command . . .
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How to backup Microsoft Entourage Mail, Contacts, Calendar Events, Notes and Tasks as individual items using different file formats. . . .
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Suppose you lost all your contacts in a sync. You deleted a note but now find you need that note. If you have backups, how do you get that info into your current Identity and keep all your current data?
Entourage stores everything in the database file so it’s not a simple one step process to recover an individual item. If you need to restore a single item from a backup, follow these steps:
You’ll . . .
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