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SUPER, Simplified Universal Player Encoder & Renderer. A GUI to ffmpeg, mencoder, mplayer, ffmpeg2theora & the theora/vorbis RealProducer plugIn. If you need a simple, yet very efficient tool to convert (encode) or play any Multimedia file, without reading manuals or spending long hours training, then SUPER © is all you need. Supports most video formats and also portable formats for PSP, Nintendo DS, PS3, iPod, Zune, PocketPC and NEC, Nokia, Siemens, SonyEricsson mobiles. ADWARE ALERT! The installation contains optional adware like software suggestions, browser toolbars, etc.

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Version:2014 build 62 History
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2014 build 62 (September 20, 2014)


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Version history / Release notes / Changelog:
v2014.build.62+Recorder (September 21 2014)
[ADD] optimization to process the *.ass *.psb *.smi *.srt *.ssa Subtitles formats
[Fix] bug when encoding an *.IFO input file
[Fix] HEVC/H.265 encoding bug when input is a sequance of images
[Fix] VP9 encoding bug when input is a sequance of images

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AVS Video Converter
FFCoder
Format Factory
Free 3GP Video Converter
Freemake Video Converter
H.264 Encoder
HandBrake
MediaCoder
Mobile Media Converter
Nero
TEncoder
Total Video Converter
TX264
VidCoder
Video to Video Converter
WinFF
XMedia Recode
XviD4PSP



Guides and How to's:
A basic guide to video conversion using SUPER (pdf) - Read
Convert youtube, Google video to DVD - Read
How to convert to Flash FLV Video and add it on your homepage - Read
View all guides with guide description here


Acronyms / Also Known As:
erightsoft super

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The change log says "Great overall speed and quality enhancement when encoding into ... Output Container". I'm wondering how the container affects the video quality. Isn't that up to the specific video encoder?
Yet I can't see any improvement here.



Posted September 13, 2012 by . Tool version 2012 build 53 using OS WinXP
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Opened internet explorer in the middle of trying to convert something and sent me to some "codec" download.

Antivirus blocked Java from accessing randomsitename.net/file.png. Trying to exploit the latest java issues?

Thankfully i installed it in a sandbox.



Posted September 02, 2012 by . Tool version 2012 build 52 using OS WinXP
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I gave it all 10's, but overall a 3 because of all the bloat-ware added. The trick is to agree to the initial install and decline the next two windows... I unchecked all the toolbar checkoff boxes and then hit decline. Also for the weatherbug garbage, I declined that as well. I'll have to see if it installed any other crap-ware on the system. The last time I installed this, I also got slammed with the ad/spy/bloat-ware. It took me an hour to clean it up and install a previous version. The previous version no longer works as they've somehow disabled it from remote. They can do this since all previous versions access the internet to check for a newer version. Quite annoying. It's truly a bummer as this was a really handy too. I'll post an update if I find any more crapware added in.


Posted August 26, 2012 by . Tool version Build 52 using OS Vista
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That's it. You lost me for life. Fool me once.....


Posted July 02, 2012 by . Tool version 0 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Guides: mrmurdochjr


The adware is not mandatory, the opt-outs just very trickily placed.
The first is above the agreement instead of the usual check boxes under the eula most free software has, and the second is simply the decline button immediately before installation, giving the impression that to click decline will abort the install.



Posted July 02, 2012 by . Tool version v2012.build.51 using OS Windows 7
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I had the same problem as the last post. So much adware and crap that I never got a chance to use it. Spent most of the time removing all this junk from my PC and cleaning up the registry. Junk!!


Posted April 15, 2012 by . Tool version 2.012.51 using OS Vista
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agree w/recent comments below. the adware is nasty stuff. i ran the newest version sandboxed and there isn't option to decline installing the malwares. it leaves behind hundreds of cr@p in registry. do not use this junk.


Posted April 15, 2012 by . Tool version 2.012.51 using OS WinXP
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If you want to use this software, you MUST install the toolbars that alter all of your browsers home page, search engines along with several toolbars and browser helper objects. I STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you do NOT use this software for that reason alone. The toolbars are ABUSIVE!


Posted April 14, 2012 by . Tool version 2012.build.51 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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"the behavior of installing all these crapwares and toolbars is becoming extremely common with all freewares. not a big deal anymore". Are you crazy?. Guess you live in Mars.




Posted April 08, 2012 by . Tool version 2012V51 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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I am running v2012.build.51 on WIN 8 - works great.
the behavior of installing all these crapwares and toolbars is becoming extremely common with all freewares. not a big deal anymore.
BTW, the EndUSerLicenseAgreement (EULA) clearly mentions this behavior and warns you NOT TO INSTALL if you don't want to..


@ leaglebob
super does not assign the temp folder location.
super exclusively relies on Windows to detect the default %temp% and simply use it once found !

you may change anytime and as much times as you wish your %temp% folder location.
it is a functionality in Windows available to anyone.

you may either Google 'change temp folder location' or try this URL
http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/ ... 6c0b450818



Posted April 08, 2012 by . Tool version 2012.build.51 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
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I was happy with build 50 and really all the prior ones too. At build 50 SUPER CHANGED DRAMATICALLY. I use it to transcode .ts files to avi/divx/mp3 files. The big change with build 50 is that it builds its temporary file on the C Drive now as a renamed alpha-numberic file and THEN it fails to release/erase/delete that file on successful transcoding. I only have about 7 GB free space on my C Drive so basically I can only recode one hour long show at a time. Movies have to be split in half to have enough room for the transcoding.

I was hoping this would be fixed in build 51 but I don't see it addressed--but the change creating this problem wasn't posted either. I don't like updating software when the changes don't give me anything I want. I should have stayed with build 49 for this very reason but I started getting scripting errors that I assumed was a subtle hint to upgrade, so I did. I suppose SUPER can't get any worse for me than it is.

Of Note: the temp files do seem to release on files of small sizes or it might be files of DvD resolution. Haven't yet narrowed down which issue is controlling.

TO THE FOLKS AT SUPER: go back to build 49 and have the temp file created in the destination target folder. That can be made to be off the C drive so that space is not a limiting factor. After that---you could as in build 49 have the tenmp file with the same name as the original file. That way on crash, you still get a partial file--very helpful quite often. Also==of course, the temp file should be deleted when the file is finished.

DESIRED CHANGE: when doing batch encoding, if there is "an issue" just skip the file and note it. I hate going to the computer with 20 files waiting to be decoded because I changed the name one one of the early files to be decoded. Same with the new "wait for response" to the number of audio files detected. Just note a decode, or skip it.

All the improvements in build 50 have made SUPER almost unusable. This has forced me to look at alternative programs. None of them stack up to build 49 in my book.......but we shall see.

ALSO---its asinine to disable the older builds of your program. Yes, the program is free, but what the hey?



Posted April 08, 2012 by . Tool version 50 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Hm... new version, but the changelog doesn't say stuff like: "...removed tons of annoying add-ware crap to make it more user-friendly" - fail! Installing this "application" still ends in utter system pollution.



Posted April 08, 2012 by . Tool version 2012 build 51 using OS WinXP
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I haven't used Super in a while. I've been using Freemake on my 64 bit PC but I had a problem with a H264 that I was trying to convert to XVID so I decided to download Super to try it again. Not only did it load a bunch of bloatware I neither needed or wanted, it gave me an access violation every time it loaded. When I decied to uninstall Super and its bloatware with Revo Installer, the Insight toolbar and software had loaded over 900 registry additions which had to be deleted individually. Took me a couple of hours just to remove that crap. Super has always needed a great deal of resources but even though I have a much more powerful PC, the software is a lot worse. I consider this a disaster.

Long story short, I tried the "problem" converstion again on Freemake, changed the inputs, and voila, it worked perfectly in a matter of minutes.

If you're looking for a free, easy-to-use video converter, I recommend Freemake.



Posted April 06, 2012 by . Tool version v2012.build.50 (February 21st, 2012) using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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There seems to be high concern for add-ons, etc. in installation; I just installed the latest version and I didn't see anything that was any different from most of the free utilities out there. Sure, there was the traditional toolbar, etc. After all, the guy has to make some money somehow. All I did was choose not to install, the same as I do with 90% of the popular utilities available. No big deal. Just go slow and read all the options as you install and deselect the ones you don't want. As far as performance, Super is like all the others and better than some. It has saved my bacon a couple of times when my other tools would not do the conversion job. And it has failed several times also. Haven't they all? That's why most of us have several utilities installed, right? Ok, the guy has some attitude, but I can set that aside. For free? Come on, folks, it didn't cost you anything after all, and it works. Many times it really works great. By the way, the first time I booted it Avira tagged a "malicious item", but in the details I saw it was a heuristic tag, not a logged virus. I ran Avira on the installation file before installing and it came up clean. False positive. Just thought I would mention it.


Posted April 02, 2012 by . Tool version 2012.build.50(Feb2012) using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Definitely true about the adware, temp file etc. A lot of "free" apps are now doing this however. One thing I always do after installing ANYTHING is run Revo Uninstaller to get rid of the extras. Hate getting stuck with even stuff people willingly download like Bing Bar, the Ask toolbar etc. Revo makes short work of most of them and for those it doesn't ccleaner does pretty good. Both of these are available as portable apps you don't even have to install. As for temp files, I have all my user data files, and also all windows temp files, relocated to a separate data partition on my hard drive. Nothing but the OS on that partition, and have an image backup of the OS on another. Regardless of what adware you get stuck with though you'd be surprised how well and ad-blocking hosts file (just google that term) works on them. Natch browse to the site with firefox with noscript loaded and only permit scripts from the site itself. You pretty much have to do all these things in this day and age.


Posted March 30, 2012 by . Tool version v2012 Build 50 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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I was happy with my older version of Super but started getting notices that a new version was available. At the same time I started getting scripting errors in the software. Not all the time but I never got them before the notices so I figured I had better upgrade and the errors were a method to coax me. So I installed Ver 50 and got Browser Helpers and Hijacks and a Turbo Booster that Scotty caught. As per normal Scotty stopped them from automatically loading "but" then notified me of them wanting to load about every 3 minutes. So, I loaded them and took a few hours uninstalling them and doing ccleaner, avast virus and other cleanups.

I experienced all the problems others have noticed here and was going to do a system restore to an earlier time to get the older version of Super back when I noticed that my C Drive was full. One of the changes is that Super now writes a temp file to the C Drive, which I assume is what the long parsing time is all about. VERY BAD DESIGN, but I assume that issue is what caused my partial files and other errors. I had to clean up and delete some files on C Drive to make room and that done now, Super seems to be working as good as ever---maybe a bit slower but that may just be the transfer of the temp file===did I say that was a VERY BAD DESIGN!!!!

Irritating to find a program you like and have it ruined/mal affected with upgrades==but it is working now. Hope this helps for anyone else with the same desire to use Super.

To the Folks at Super: please at least allow user to select where the temp file is located?==and why not have it in the destination folder so that patial files will be secured on partial performance and a double writing of the file is avoided for both time and error purposes. Large temp files to the C Drive is VERY POOR DESIGN for no good reason that I can think of. Old Super worked fine.



Posted March 29, 2012 by . Tool version 50 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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After performing the upgrade from the July, 2011 version to the current one of February, 2012 I got a malware alert about a trojan. I uninstalled, and got re-installed the July version. Now even the July version seems to be unstable, shows "you need to update," all the time, and crashed what it did not do before.

I loved SUPER but the latest update ruined my trust in this software.

I contacted the vendor about the virus alerts. Three of the provided email addresses did not work, and from one I got a reply days later saying, "The software is malware free."

However my virus scanner still shows the problem and the vendor simply does not show any attempt of fixing it.

They have lost with me.

Now I am looking for similar software.



Posted March 06, 2012 by . Tool version v2012.50 Feb 21 using OS WinXP
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Previous versions were quite good, however, this latest update comes with several additional nasty things which were tolerable in the past but this release made them way more annoying. Additionally, it crashes or locks up a lot which previous releases did not have such problems at all. Also, it asks for confirmation when converting high res videos and you have to manually click yes to allow it to continue which basically makes it useless to convert multiple large videos since it will stop and wait for confirmation for each video (if it doesn't crash first). Also, you cannot uninstall it and reinstall an older version which worked flawlessly.



Posted March 04, 2012 by . Tool version v2012.build.50 using OS WinXP
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Easy to use for somebody like me and results are generally good. Thats where the positives end though, all the bad things you read about this program are true. IMO build35 of this program is the only one worth using, newer versions progressively introduce more and more bugs along with horrid ad/spyware. With the exception of build35, AVOID THIS SOFTWARE. Use Xvid4PSP instead.


Posted January 19, 2012 by . Tool version build35 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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'Have successfully processed a couple of DVDs, but multiple reloads & restarts usually required. Hangs & crashes continually. This suprised me since it was such a recent build. If it could do what it's supposed to, it'd be a great tool, but unfortunately unreliable to the point of being unusable in my opinion. Have given up on it and am searching for a suitable alternative.


Posted November 18, 2011 by . Tool version v2011.build.49 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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I always used it since 2006, I will always use it. Both office and own laptop
FYI, Adware as mentioned above DOES NOT mean any threat. WINAMP is adware http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Winamp
cause it recommend third party softwares, so what? they need to cover development cost, while still in conformity with all relevant standards. Microsoft and Google(yes indeed) together wiht Realplayer and even the AVG ANTIVIR are all Advertisers with Opencandy.

SUPER is second to none in so many aspects.
for the fellow "pintcat" saying that super "it uses a heavily outdated version of ffmpeg"
please note that SUPER's ffmpeg has started encosing VP6/VP7/VP8 and Webm before any other freeware Mediacoder or other.. have you heard about DLL injection ? that's what's about.
For God sake do not throw childish statements simply to go with the flow..



Posted September 29, 2011 by . Tool version latest using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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why is this still here? please stop hosting this POS.


Posted September 29, 2011 by . Tool version 2.513 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Obvious malware is obvious.

Badly coded ffmpeg ripoff is badly coded.



Posted September 28, 2011 by . Tool version All using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Interesting read, indeed! I stopped using SUPER© a long time ago, mainly due to the fact that it uses a heavily outdated version of ffmpeg. But I still recommended it to other people who were looking for a simple & fast way to convert or remux a video. Well, even this has come to an end now. Thank god there are many other (far better) front-ends for ffmpeg, mencoder and all the other tools, and so, hopefully, SUPER© will be forgotten soon and eRightSoft will be flamed down to their knees to show that exploiting people's trust is a bad idea for a business.


Posted September 28, 2011 by . Tool version 2011 build 49 using OS WinXP
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After seeing all the quirkiness on that eRightSoft site, I tracked down the e-mail address on the Whois report and wrote to it. At least I finally found an address connected to eRightSoft that does actually work.

I addressed various issues as mentioned previously. Here's the progression of messages. Are these the kind of people whose software you want on your system?

My first inquiry:

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Sent to try1fmk@yahoo.com

Subject: Regarding eRightSoft site and Super

Why isn't OpenCandy adware that's installed by recent versions of Super mentioned on the Super FAQ page on the eRightSoft site? Further, I note that your FAQ refers one to a Norton Safeweb site to substantiate that Super is malware free. However, the page at Norton Safeweb refers to the eRightSoft site, not the Super app itself.

The forum for Super doesn't seem to actually exist. The link on the page just brings up a loading clock forever.

Can't seem to locate 6614 Burton Dr. Louisville, KY on any mapping system.

Hoping you can clarify these issues.

Thanks.

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Their first response. Actually got a duplicate response from try1fmk@yahoo.com & support@erightsoft.net - note the .net extension, not the .com address that appears on their site:

Re: Regarding eRightSoft site and Super

If you ever try to install SUPER(C), which is a totally free software that has been hosted since 2005 and currently installed 15000 time a day, you will come across a page that you need to accept in order to be able to continue...

**Editor's note - that's another thing, this copyright symbol after SUPER. Are they trying to claim a copyright on the word SUPER? It seems a trademark symbol would be appropriate, not a copyright symbol.**


that's the END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT (EULA) page.

Why don't you have a look at it, it covers all your queries..

For those who by nature are most of the time unhappy, or wouldn't stop nagging,

the EULA says:

DO NOT CLICK ON THE "I ACCEPT THE AGREEMENT" BUTTON BELOW IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND, YOU DISLIKE OR DISAGREE WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

Hope all is clear..

Sincerely,

-Al

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My subsequent response:
Re: Regarding eRightSoft site and Super

"..Why don't you have a look at it, it covers all your queries.."

Well, not quite. Such as why under the FAQ when Adware is specifically mentioned there's talk about false flagging due to heuristics but doesn't say "the app installs adware". Alerts regarding adware has nothing to do with heuristics, it has to do with the fact that the app installs adware. That would be an appropriate place to mention it instead of dancing around the subject.

The EULA also doesn't address why the FAQ refers to the Norton Safe Web report to "prove" that Super has passed third-party inspection when that report has nothing to do with Super, just the eRightSoft site.

Also not addressed in the EULA is why none of the contact email addresses currently listed on the eRightSoft site are valid. Ironically the privacy policy also references one of the non-functioning addresses. It also doesn't address why the links for forums don't actually link to forums just to load clocks. Or why there's nothing on the eRightSoft site about specifics related to the company - no names - no president, CEO, founder. Nothing about where the company is located. The address as listed in the Whois report doesn't seem to exist. Doesn't come up on Bing maps, Google maps, whitepages.com.

Is the guy in the suit on the wide image on the home page banner someone who actually has anything to do with eRightSoft or just some model on a clip-art image?

We're told the code for Super doesn't contain malware. Does it contain code to call in malware during install and/or after the fact? Many people in various forums seem to think it does.

If you could clear up these concerns it would be great.
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Their response:

Re: Regarding eRightSoft site and Super

**Editor's note - the following (under "point 1") is a link to a report regarding a file related to the OpenCandy install. I'm not aware that it addresses any other aspect of the install of Super. In case something about the link doesn't work out with this comments section, since there's no edit function - here's a tinyurl for the same link - http://tinyurl.com/437vqbl **

point 1)

http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/report.html?i ... 1317114543
44 anti-virus editors are saying : OpenCandy is 100% clean

**Editor's note - he doesn't address the rest of the Super install as I asked. **

what you say or other people believe is worthless.

so does SUPER(C) whether you accept, admit, believe it or not..

Go and complain to your TV station that commercials are so annoying in the middle of a movie.
Tell them how much you feel irritated by these commercials that you never asked to watch !!
you don't want commercials, you pay a private channel.

The same applies everywhere. If you do not understand this concept, you are still far far behind.

point 2)

All our email addresses are perfectly valid and fully running on very sophisticated servers.
If WE NEED you: we let you in, otherwise you are systematically kicked out.

We could grant you access in a second, But WE DO NOT need you or have any business with you.

We have no relation other than providing a freeware with NO COUNTERPART.
you could either accept or decline the EULA, period.

**Editor's note - they then include a list of bounces of my intial attempts to email the addresses shown on the "Contact Us" portion of the site. Certainly a curious attitude related to publicly listed contact info, eh? I've just included the first one. I've redacted my email and ISP info. These were attempts made before I contacted the address listed on the Whois report, they didn't have a chance to get pissed at me for asking pesky questions yet. **


email 220-uunet.com ESMTP IBM 6621 « Mail service ® 1998-2011; Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:44 +0200
IP address : [redacted]
IP country code: US
IP address country: United States
IP address state: Georgia
IP address city: Atlanta
IP postcode: 30303
IP address latitude: [redacted]
IP address longitude: [redacted]
ISP of this IP [?]: [redacted]
Host of this IP: [redacted]
Local time in United States: 2011-09-27 06:10
[redacted] [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:44 +0200 Connected
[redacted] [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:44 +0200 >>> 220-uunet.com ESMTP IBM 6621 « Mail service ® 1998-2011; Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:44 +0200
[redacted] [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:45 +0200 250-uunet.com Hello [redacted] [[redacted]], pleased to meet you.
[redacted] [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:45 +0200 > 250 2.1.0 ... Sender ok
[redacted] [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:45 +0200 > 550 5.7.1 Access not allowed
[redacted] [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:50 +0200 > 221 2.0.0 uunet.com closing connection
SYSTEM [0000175C] Sat, 24 Sep 2011 03:51:50 +0200 Disconnected


point 3)

Likewise for emails, the forum is only open for those who have access.
We decide whom, when, why and where, period.

point 4)

You are not our banker or lawyer or advertiser or publisher or of any usefulness to us.
you won't get any information about our locations, offices, names, number of employees, phones, fax, Skype, twitter...

However, it is me on that image, if this could help you sleep better !

if you need SUPER(C) take it, it is free, if you don't want it, it is still free for millions other than you, and has been like this for the past 6 years.

point 5)

Al and myself spent way too much time with you . This has come to an end.
Your emails will bounce on all our servers, you won't hear from anyone of us anymore.
eRightSoft
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Interesting.



Posted September 27, 2011 by . Tool version All using OS WinXP
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