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    I found several files (14 to be exact) with names like tmpfl01.tmp, tmpfl02.tmp ...... etc. For all the creator ID is HsTT - so presumably some Handspring OS component has created them and not some rouge freeware - all are created on the same day 14-Feb-2007. Does any one know what these are. The names sound like these are temporary files of some kind. Can these be removed (and some valuable memory freed up) without any harm to the Treo??? Any tips will be much appreciated. Thanks
    Satish Joshi
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    Yes, these can be removed.
    These are temporary files that might show up after creating or sending an MMS.
    It's safe to delete them.
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    Thanks mistercoffee1
    Satish Joshi
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    I have a further question some what similar to this. In the "Saved Preferences" - There are several entries (15-20 or more) - all with a name asc4. If I open these - they all seem to contain identical data. and some more (another 15-20) entries all with the name asc3. All asc4s seem to be created by something called mmnotify, all asc3 by multimail. Do you know what these are and can these be deleted leaving only one of them behind? again saving some memory.
    Satish Joshi
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    Quote Originally Posted by smjoshi View Post
    I have a further question some what similar to this. In the "Saved Preferences" - There are several entries (15-20 or more) - all with a name asc4. If I open these - they all seem to contain identical data. and some more (another 15-20) entries all with the name asc3. All asc4s seem to be created by something called mmnotify, all asc3 by multimail. Do you know what these are and can these be deleted leaving only one of them behind? again saving some memory.
    Do you use Versamail? Those are all Versamail entries.
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    If you don't use Versamail, you can probably delete them w/o problems. Otherwise, just let them be, you won't save much space deleting them. I always delete them, but they get back anyways. I don't use VersaMail
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    I've gone through my Saved and Unsaved Preferences and deleted those which have no program association before.

    It reduces the size of the two databases, cleans out cruft, but will leave you with some programs you'll have to re-register, so make sure you have your registration keys/etc on hand.

    You'll also want to make sure you have a full backup (nvbackup works great) and also backups of the two prefs files. If things go badly, you can restore them. If things go horribly bad, you can do a full restore. FYI, don't try to restore 'em unless you do a warm reset and do it then. It might work without this, but best if you do it in this manner.

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