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    Keith Clear some of your pm's and then send me your address again


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    Just been playing Whack-a-mole with my inbox!

    Every time I delete a couple, more come in


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    It is a small program to read downloaded PM's.
    http://www.brothersoft.com/vbulletin...der-53619.html


    "A free utility for managing your private messages in different vBulletin forums."
    BS Editor: Many online forums use vBulletin as their forum engine. For each forum user, vBulletin provides a limited inbox for private messages. It also lets users to download their inbox as a single XML file.
    vBulletin PM Reader is a free utility for managing your private messages in different vBulletin forums locally. It imports XML files generated by vBulletin, parses all the messages, and stores them in a local database.
    vBulletin PM Reader can recognize BBCode formatting tags and smilies in messages and generate appropriate text formatting for them in its preview pane and exported HTML files.
    Different smilies sets could be assigned to different forum data files.

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    Arrow How to use vBulletin PM Reader?

    I must be missing something obvious...

    Downloaded, installed, and running.
    F1/Help doesn't show me anything

    So where does the Greenhulk XML file (or database) come from?

    Edit: Figured it out, Download as XML drop box entry way down at the bottom of the message list...

    Now, is there any way to improve the formatting of multi-quoted messages?
    Kinda hard to read after the first few replies back and forth

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    Quote Originally Posted by K447 View Post
    I must be missing something obvious...

    Downloaded, installed, and running.
    F1/Help doesn't show me anything

    So where does the Greenhulk XML file (or database) come from?
    At the bottom of your PM page there is a option to download as XML, CSV, or Text.

    Once downloaded you can delete your PM's

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    At the bottom of your PM page there is a option to download as XML, CSV, or Text.

    Once downloaded you can delete your PM's
    Thanks for the pointers.

    Getting the hang of it now.

    The User Interface is a little clunky, but it does lighten up my PM space

    Hey - the web links in the downloaded messages are all changed to blank!
    That's not so good !

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    It better then CSV in excel..

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