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davidchalmers davidchalmers (@davidchalmers) on Pinned comment
Get Email Converter Software comes with a feature to convert WAB File (Address Book from Outlook Express) to Outlook PST file. It can import all addresses and contacts to MS Outlook. It can convert all the information of Name, Summary, Business, Home and Personal of WAB address book to PST file. It also also convert DBX to Outlook PST enables user to batch convert DBX to PST/RTF/EML/MSG/Thunderbird, offering a versatile setup to access Outlook Express emails.

Read more detail:- www.undeletepcfiles.com/email-converter.html
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iitgeetamalik iitgeetamalik (@iitgeetamalik) on Pinned comment
MailsDaddy NSF to PST Converter is the best migration tool to perform the conversion of Lotus Notes Mail data into MS Outlook PST file format. Mail filter and several other unique features of the software make the conversion secure. Download free trial edition of NSF to PST tool from here: www.mailsdaddy.com/nsf-to-pst-converter/
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donaldmiller donaldmiller (@donaldmiller) on Pinned comment
To instant migration of Lotus Notes to Outlook Mail, you may try to utilize perfect NSF to PST Converter which can proficiently convert all NSF file to PST file format. NSF to PST Converter let enable you to save converted file in HTML, TXT and RTF format. Using it, you can restore and converts NSF mailbox in Outlook platform including contact, attachments, notes, journals, sent items, drafts, address book, folder and sub-folders etc. accurately. Read more - www.notes-to-exchange-migration.com/
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mcclarke mcclarke (@mcclarke) on Pinned comment
I will suggest you to use of NSF to PST converter tool to migrate Lotus Notes (.nsf) to Outlook (.pst). It software is easy and quick to convert Lotus Notes to Outlook. I have already used this tool a few days ago and efficient to convert each and every item of NSF file into PST format including emails, images, attachments, journals, appointments, notes, schedules, tasks, sent emails, to-do item list, alarms, drafts, rules, calendar, folder, address book, and sub-folders. To know more information, visit from: www.dominotoexchange.org
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steav steav (@steav) on Pinned comment
convert your nsf email file to outlook pst format. this software can easily convert your data nsf to pst outlook free of cost.

Visit here:- www.mailvare.com/free-nsf-to-pst-converter/
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SamVik1 SamVik1 (@SamVik1) on Pinned comment
Export your Lotus Notes to PST manually on your own. IBM Lotus Notes store data in NSF format and to make them compatible with Outlook we need to convert them in PST format. You can convert NSF to PST by exporting NSF Database. Open the database and export NSF files to CSV or structured text format. Then Import the CSV files using Import feature of Outlook and click OK. Read complete details at www.filerepairtools.com/tips/manually-convert-lotus-notes-nsf-to-pst/
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eDelphiero eDelphiero (@eDelphiero) on Pinned comment
How about UE Boom 2? I heard that it has great presence for vocals, and the bass is pretty decent for how small the unit it. However, I liked Vifa Oslo more but is too expensive for a speaker...
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Psychologist Psychologist (@Psychologist) on Pinned comment
Scoured every review on the internet for every top bt speaker in every category and I'm extremely satisfied with this bad boy. It really came down to the Boom and the Fugoo because of reviewed sound quality, size, and splash proofedness.
I'm very happy. Its impressive engineering that they get the bass and sound quality from something so relatively small. It meets all my needs. I can't say if its better than the Boom, but I'm not really worried about it.
Oh... I'm talking about Fugoo.
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antoine antoine (@antoine) on Pinned comment
I'm thinking to buy a rainproof/water resistant Fugoo with 20-40 hour battery life.
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itzdorel itzdorel (@itzdorel) on Pinned comment
That's good news
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tonytran tonytran (@tonytran) on Pinned comment
They have right reason, why don't let them access :)
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Savodi Savodi (@Savodi) on Pinned comment
I love this one : "Google Earth VR Is Like Taking a Vacation That Gives You a Headache". :))
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iraj iraj (@iraj) on Pinned comment
In the realm of social media on the internet every body is first of all 'wrong' all of the time.
And 'right' too all of the time.
With Fake names, fake news, fake understanding but real emotions.
All pointing to
It is what it is.
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said Saïd Amin (@said) on Pinned comment
Such a thought provoking article. Here are a few of the passages that stood out:

"Why are we so addicted to judgment, both dishing it out and receiving it? Perhaps that question can be answered by reframing it: Why do we turn away from — or, in many cases, preemptively reject — dialogue?"

"From the perspective of driving user engagement, these behaviors are features. This is why newspapers allow readers to vandalize articles with racist and otherwise hateful comments — engagement is engagement! A good-faith reader is worth one click, whereas a devoted racist troll could be worth dozens.

Twitter is reluctant to ban trolls for similar reasons — they increase engagement from friends and enemies alike, building group solidarity through shared enmity. It’s also why harassment campaigns are probably a permanent feature of public-facing social media. For every user who gets “voted off” (i.e., driven from the public sphere organized by the platform), hundreds and perhaps even thousands enjoy the adrenaline rush of the mob violence."

"Just as the social media phenomenon is driven by a business model, so too is the broader deinvestment in education part of the neoliberal economic model that privileges short-term profit over long-term investment, or more broadly, the accumulation of wealth over any other social goal."

"But the problem is bigger than the internet, and so the solution must be as well. We must restore institutions of education and information and rebuild the decaying social solidarities for which the social media culture of judgment serves as a hollow substitute. That is to say, the problem is not ultimately technical, but political. Better online tools may help us do that work, but they can’t do it for us."

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JohnniBroccolini JohnniBroccolini (@JohnniBroccolini) on Pinned comment
What a terrible idea!
This binary decision means that I'm more likely to start watching movies that I would not otherwise. But it also means that I am more likely to stop the movie minutes into it due to a lack of interest. The net result is that I'm going to be a more irritable Netflix user. Not only do I love Amazon's 5 star rating, but I really really love that they display a movies IMDb rating!
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Sheneneh Sheneneh (@Sheneneh) replied to PersianReporter (@PersianReporter) on Pinned comment
Excuuuuse you, but you're not presuming I'am anything less than a Lady? Are ya?
What's wrong with my hair?
Don't you EVER aks a Black Lady, especially a MRS. like me, about my Black, Curly, Weaving hair, you hear?
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PersianReporter PersianReporter (@PersianReporter) replied to Sheneneh (@Sheneneh) on Pinned comment
that weave tho.
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Sheneneh Sheneneh (@Sheneneh) on Pinned comment
Maybe it's so hard to trace them because it's all bullshit!
Never forget anonymous calls and never forget that "i'm a Lady!"
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angel angel (@angel) on Pinned comment
In Germany, a Taxi is legally obliged to transport you, even if that means driving grandma 20 km to the pharmacy. Taxis in Germany are officially part of the public transport system and hence the law guarantees availability for everyone.

With Uber, you'd never get something like that. Hence many people in Germany are against it.
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anderson anderson (@anderson) on Pinned comment
Are smartwatches actually a success? I find it hard to believe that they're not more bothersome to wear than useful. Also, out attention is stolen enough by our already countless devices, do we really need more?
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