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Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 1:44 pm
by Jack
Edward Lonsa :

According to yahoo's announcement, it is going to wipe out all message history and all files sections and attachments from all egroups that were for years. So we are going to lose messages of 2008, 2009, etc. All clergy's work for decades, all books collected, everything. We already lost the old forum, that could contain any messages from the older years but even it was constructed in 2013, and even its archive that we have does not collect all the messages that were collected here for decades. I used these groups especially Newsletter one for many years as wonderful instrument to find articles to translate and spread, collect in websites etc. But unfortunately not everyone likes the idea that we have this information, and that internet knows our history and sees it. Now they want to wipe "his name out of history" - as they say in torah, so that we appear "to not have any history". Kikes say the same thing when they explain Sweden why it needs to be jihaded - "you have no history" - while bulldozing their Ancient temples as you an see in some youtube videos. They do the same thing with us.

So what you have here. These are archives for all message history, all file sections and all attachments of all JoS related egroups that I could ever find. The program that I used and still use is PG Offline 4. With it you can download everything and anything from your group from all years and save it as database. Then you can open it in this program and read the sermons of the old. Files are saved in format they were - PDF etc. Message history is saved as db3 files (database) and is opened by this program and with any program that works with db3.

Please, I send it to all groups including language groups - please those of you who are translators and moderators of language groups, pass this message for your people because message history database and file sections includes those of your language. So here it is.

Message history from the first to the last message for all groups in db3:

Joy of Satan666 main group https://mega.nz/#!5JMURaTC!nCI1lslsvw23 ... K090HOnIIg

Hells Army https://mega.nz/#!AJtFBSBb!CXFWj0W6lLbS ... vlzFan3tFQ

White group https://mega.nz/#!AItGTICQ!DeNdiJEGjKmr ... AYjPIv8FBo

Black group https://mega.nz/#!Udd3AYhA!Csy_0UidsQ0e ... THUsVBeDL0

Asian group https://mega.nz/#!JF1F3I7A!miCWbY3esSxf ... dsqEwvjsMM

Gay group https://mega.nz/#!ZI81RYYJ!W_Y3GJGz_43S ... V6ku_DhSQs

Teen group https://mega.nz/#!JYtknQ5Z!fUjzsELDZ4hi ... WO02C6Wiy8

Adult group https://mega.nz/#!YMlAkIBI!priGQo14hDpS ... Kx-dwlvloc

Advanced meditation https://mega.nz/#!BNdyVYqQ!Vn7j_wbyMgG- ... sKEmhQde6s

Danish group https://mega.nz/#!BMExRALa!fhmcNU-MMgfp ... e56C90HqI4

Portuguese group https://mega.nz/#!YBcBVY7b!zc0kTUgAOdO1 ... mmgm01qpKw

Spanish group https://mega.nz/#!ZNF1SCib!fn7AfboJF2U0 ... B8yCodZDmo

Astrology group https://mega.nz/#!RUl3nYiB!vgK3lOgLdKwG ... 3xLPpa8PmI

Health group https://mega.nz/#!NcdmCIAC!l9YK2isQbe3x ... WIKIOQe7js

Pets group https://mega.nz/#!kY83QSZL!GVo1-mDXeTmV ... jCj1lXeQhI

Newsletter https://mega.nz/#!RVkzzI4J!K8G-9w9kbXOV ... pZz-e0hM0o

ZiP Archives:

ZIP file sections from all above groups: https://mega.nz/#!dIkVBQLa!0X_LdQ-PdIgx ... kYvFcyo4To

ZIP Attachments from all above groups: https://mega.nz/#!1I9ATSKT!1nsvXF6Kj_p6 ... cEAk3AWplk

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/Hel ... ages/19988


Thank you Edward Lonsa for making this. For everyone save it as it is Vitally important for those doing research and also for general purposes.

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 2:07 pm
by luis
Is this updated? It's actualy something that i personally wanted to do but because something happened with my internet i could'nt (fucking happened during Retrograde Mercury :roll: ) i'm glad someone did it. Good job!

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 5:52 pm
by Jack
Download P G Offline from here
http://www.personalgroupware.com/downloads.htm

It's really easy to use. Just open the Db files and your good to go. All messages are intact starting from the oldest ones. You can also search for things I guess. I don't know if after the trial period ends itll let you open the files or not. It probably will. Idk. But it's still awesome.

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Fri Nov 08, 2019 6:41 pm
by Shael
Jack wrote:...
I'll be adding this to my backup for sure. Thanks to you and Edward for sharing.

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 3:43 am
by Jack
luis wrote:Is this updated? It's actualy something that i personally wanted to do but because something happened with my internet i could'nt (fucking happened during Retrograde Mercury :roll: ) i'm glad someone did it. Good job!

Yes October 2019 updated

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:31 am
by Jack
All links and Information in Pdf format :
https://mega.nz/#!cVUl1AZJ!MdTlOwGTob5c ... 8KZjhqzdmk

I'd request @HPHoodedCobra to please add this in the library .

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Sun Nov 10, 2019 2:45 pm
by LaconicLion
You don't need a valid yahoo groups account to use PG Offline 4. Just download all the MEGAs under 'Message History', and sort all the .db3 files into a folder.
Then launch PG Offline 4, then enter in a fake user, password, like user: asdjjiw and password: 123123123. If you leave it blank, it exits out. Go File -> Open database, then select whichever group you want to read from.

You can use the 'Search' button. Enter in the specifics to your liking. You can click 'Find person' to get messages from someone specific. Then press 'Find All' to get your search results. You can filter all replies to a subject by typing in the subject name. Or search for a specific word, like 'flame' to find all messages containing it.

You can use 'Save Params', for search settings, then load them later.

One odd thing is that after pressing 'Find All', you have to keep the window open, and click on the main program to keep your search results active. If you exit out of the search popup window, it reverts back to normal.

There's also the 'Help' button that can explain more features in depth.
I recommend reading the short instructions on 'Searching', 'Hiding Old Posts', 'Reading Messages', 'Sorting Messages', and 'Favorites'.

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Tue Nov 12, 2019 7:20 am
by PeppermintTaco
Thank you, both of you. This is a grand service.

The files are also easy to view. Bump for great justice!

Re: Yahoo Group Archive (By Edward Lonsa) ( V.Important)

Posted: Wed Dec 11, 2019 4:29 pm
by SATchives
Thanks brother much love