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Old 06-20-2009, 08:44 PM
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Can you edit a backup?

I have a number of scheduled backups and just started using the excellent method for backing up Entourage at here, including running the scripts to close all Office applications and when done to re-open Entourage.

I'd like to eliminate the second script, but only see a method to edit the schedule, not the actual backup. Of course, its not a hardship to delete it and recreate it without the second script, but I was curious if I'm missing something.

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Nope: you need to delete and recreate the schedule. We only have UI to edit the scheduled times (since there are so few options, it didn't seem like a terrible hardship to recreate).
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