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Old 02-12-2009, 06:46 AM
gyht gyht is offline
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Missing Mail

Hi

I just got Superduper on Sunday Feb 8th and it worked well. Backed up my 90 + gb hard drive to firewire.

I am running Apple Mail. One of the mailboxes got corrupted today (Feb 12) and wiped out a fair amount of my mails, leaving only the more recent ones left.

My Mail application looks a little shaky and I anticipate that it may continue to give me problems, and I wish to reinstall and reformat my macbook and restore using superduper.

My problem is:

a) I have lost mails, making my present state less complete than my backed up state

b) I have other new documents / files, but is there a way to do an incremental backup without affecting the mailbox that may have reduced now? Or should I just find a way to back this up manually? Or will incremental backups overwrite the existing files?

Is there documentation on this forum for restoring via superduper??

Thanks
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