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Old 07-17-2012, 09:23 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by TGM3822 View Post
Does anyone know of any location where I can still download the old Mobipocket clients? I had had the Mobi client installed on my BB, but uninstalled it today because of a problem, only to discover that it is no longer available from mobipocket.com. All that is there is a "The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable."

Foolishly, I had never saved the install anywhere, figuring that I could just download it when needed.

I am perfectly happy using my Kindle for new purchases. However, I really liked the old Mobipocket Reader client for my PC, and would rather use that to manage all of the old, public domain books that I own in that format.
What's a "BB"?

Did you check filehippo? I think that's a site that keeps older versions of the software it offers.

I'm pretty sure I have a copy of Mobipocket for Windows, if you want to install to a Windows computer. I'm at work now, but I can check when I get home, if filehippo doesn't have what you need. I also had it for PocketPC, I believe, but I'd have to see.
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