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Well, when you click on a PM, in the top right corner it has a few options- you can download it. I would only consider doing this if you understand it very well or know someone who does...because I know that I myself have absouloutly no idea what "downloading something as XML" and such means, and I would probably end up deleting all my messages and burning down WI. o.0
Downloading as an XML file means it saves it like an offline page and you can view it anytime. That should help you save space. It basically takes a screen shot of the pm and saves it. You also do that too..you could screen shot each page and put it on paint and save them that way. Good luck!
I ususally just delete any of the useless PM's and combine all the important ones and PM it all in 1 PM to myself and save that PM
Wow, thank you everyone for all the help (I knew I could find the answer here!). I especially like your suggestion, beachrox...combining them into all one PM and saving!
Ave, I also didn't know what all the jibberish meant, but I tried the one "saving it as text" (or something to that effect), and it opened all my messages up up in notepad and listed them verbatum in order. I just ended up saving it to my computer.
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