OLM to PST Converter from V Software is an email converter software which helps you in exporting your Outlook messages and other data from Mac to Windows by converting olm file to pst format. OLM file is an Outlook data file in Mac OS which stores all emails, contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, etc. This tool directly transfers all these data to the PST file which works with Outlook for Windows.
This OLM Converter tool maintains all original mailbox folders like Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, Drafts, Deleted Items, etc from olm file into pst file and also retains email meta properties like To, CC, BCC, Date-Time, Subject, Attachments, etc. You can easily convert the unlimited size of the olm file using this software without losing any data. In this olm to pst conversion tool, you can also exclude unwanted items and folders like junk or deleted items before conversion. This software allows you to preview each email before performing the conversion process.
vMail OLM to PST Converter is capable to convert OLM file to other file formats like MBOX, MSG, EML, HTML, PDF, RTF, vCard and vCal. You can also export all mailboxes and other data directly to Office 365 & Exchange Server using this software. This OLM Conversion software is compatible with Mac Outlook 2019, 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007 & older versions of the olm file.
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I bought the first iPhone 3G eons ago and I've been buying apps for it since day 1. My wife bought an Android and I love it however before I make the plunge I want to see if there is anyway I can get my games installed on a droid from my iphone.
Any hacks out there?
Most of the time when you install an application, the application likes to automatically start when Windows boots. It does this by adding itself to a registry key.
Here are a few of the startup registry keys:
Usually the program can be found in one of those keys, but sometimes instead it will add itself to the startup folders:
%userprofile%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup%C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup%
I've tried locking down these locations by adjusting who can edit these, but that makes it really hard to add applications to them that you actually DO want running at Startup. Does anyone have an easier way of blocking applications from adding themselves to Startup in Windows, while at the same time allowing you to add the ones that you like to startup.
Perhaps if we could just block installers from adding to startup that would be best.
A few days ago I got an email from my provider that my disksspace for my blog reached its limit. And when I asked him what caused this, he told me I have been posting full sized images, instead of resized ones. So, big lesson for me: "Start resizing before posting/blogging". On my laptop at home, and on my xp machine at work, this isnt a problem. But I am also a heavy "Wordpress for Android" user.
So the question is, how do I resize an image to at least 50% of the original quality on my Android?
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