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This is a bit confusing..build my rig few weeks ago, installed OS on my Crucial 64Gb and the rest of the programs,documents,E-mail (incredimail), etc. on 500Gb WD.
Cloned (separate partitions) both drives to external HDD as a backup,yesterday downloaded third party software that start
freezing up my pc ,long story short i clone back SSD image that was saved last time,I figured since i have email installed on HDD it will still be there now i only have all the mail that was saved previous time.

My question is where exactly all the email files wore being saved all this time..ssd? and what is correct procedure to prevent all this mail from filling up my ssd?
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To locate the Windows folder where IncrediMail keeps your emails, letters, and more data:

* Launch the registry editor by pressing Windows-R and typing "regedit" followed by Enter.
* Travel down the registry path to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\*Software\\*IncrediMail.
* Look for the ApplicationPath key and double-click to open it.
* Press Ctrl-C to copy the path.
* Press Esc to close the dialog (making sure you don't change the value) and close the registry editor.
* Press Windows-R.
* Hit Ctrl-V to paste the path to your IncrediMail data folder, followed by Enter.

The program may also use storage in a temp folder for thumbnails and such that is located on your SSD, though. I have to ask, why do you need to use a program like that? Seems like junkware to me.
Edited by PhillyOverclocker - 2/21/11 at 8:50am
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Thank you PhillyOverclocker
the only reason i installed incredimail was the fact that i always have a hard time login in to my Gmail acount,incredi.make retrieving my mail seamless ,I'm in the process of getting another account (hotmail) and will get rid of this junkware ..it was filling up my ssd fast
    
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