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  1. Hello! I've been looking around but I can't seem to find an AppleScript Library for Retrospect v9.0.0 We're running Retrospect version: 9.0.0 (270) on a Mac OS X 10.6.8 (1.66ghz core due, 2gb ddr2), and I was wondering if there is an AppleScript library available yet? Thanks!
  2. Hi, Is v.9 scriptable? I have not been able to get the e-mail notification feature to work on v.8 or v.9, problem may be that our firewalls do not allow e-mails to go out from Retrospect. Is there a way to script Retrospect to export the logs and then have that attached to a message in the Mail client. I can script the Mail client to handle that portion, but couldn't find a way to script Retrospect. Also, I couldn't find any libraries for Retrospect, AppleScript says it's not scriptable. Thanks, Irene