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I will work on making the 7z files [if my archive software will do that].

I will email to you privately with the links when I have them online.

My upload speed is very slow, but download is usually very fast.

On 08/27/2011 11:36 PM, Warren Camilleri wrote:
if the large file is spliced then with 7z i am able to extract them as one
into 1 folder, also my data connection is Grade A- from at a
speed of 5Mb/s down and 1.5Mb/s upload so it wont take me long to download
the dvd/files.

also i would rather use the north American since its an "english" version as
to convert germen will be a huge hassle and that most Maltese are unable to
understand germen even thought Italian is known by 45% of the population

as for postage your USPS should be able to assists you since they deliver
alot of mail to our nation. also i would not be surprised if it gets
delivered by the USAF since the neighboring country is libya...

i suggest that you still send one dvd (maltapost says that anything under a
100grams would be €1 international post, so guess it might cost you 2/3

just mail me privately for my residential mail, and i could download the
files as mentioned a spliced version of the DVD.

What do you think?

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