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MAIN DIINO VIEWS .................................................................................................................. 5 1.1. START PAGE VIEW .................................................................................................................. 5 1.1.1. Following links on the start page ..................................................................................... 6 1.1.2. Logging in......................................................................................................................... 6
1.1.2.1. Account restrictions and possible login failures ............................................................. 6 1.1.2.1.1. Too many users concurrently logged in to the same account................................ 6 1.1.2.1.2. Too many unsuccessful login attempts ..................................................................... 6 1.1.2.1.3. Account has expired..................................................................................................... 7 1.1.2.1.4. Account is full ................................................................................................................ 7 1.1.2.2. Reconnect Dialog ............................................................................................................... 8

1.2. FILES VIEW ............................................................................................................................ 8 1.2.1. Navigating ........................................................................................................................ 9 1.2.2. Working with files on Diino.............................................................................................. 9 1.2.3. Uploading ....................................................................................................................... 10
1.2.3.1. Upload dialog .................................................................................................................... 10

1.2.4.

Downloading .................................................................................................................. 11

1.2.4.1. Downloading files in the background............................................................................. 11 1.2.4.1.1. Download Dialog ........................................................................................................ 11 1.2.4.2. Downloading files by dragging and dropping ............................................................... 11

1.2.5. 1.2.6. 1.2.7. 1.2.8.

Copying files between two different Diino accounts....................................................... 12 Searching for files and folders........................................................................................ 12
Using wildcards in search................................................................................................ 13 Search examples:............................................................................................................. 13 Accessing shared folders ................................................................................................ 14 Password protection ........................................................................................................ 15 Accessing web shares from web browsers................................................................... 15

1.2.6.1. 1.2.6.2. 1.2.7.1. 1.2.8.1. 1.2.8.2.

Sharing folders ............................................................................................................... 14 Enabling web access....................................................................................................... 14

1.2.9. Diino WebDrop .............................................................................................................. 15 1.2.10. Sending files links by e-mail ........................................................................................... 16 1.3. MAIL VIEW ........................................................................................................................... 17 1.3.1. Using the contact list ...................................................................................................... 17
1.3.1.1. 1.3.1.2. 1.3.1.3. Adding contacts ................................................................................................................ 18 Removing contacts........................................................................................................... 19 Importing contacts ............................................................................................................ 19

1.3.2.

Reading mail................................................................................................................... 20

1.3.2.1. Attachments ...................................................................................................................... 22 1.3.2.1.1. Opening Attachments ................................................................................................ 22 1.3.2.1.2. Saving Attachments ................................................................................................... 22 1.3.2.2. Printing e-mail messages ................................................................................................ 22

1.3.3.

Writing messages............................................................................................................ 22
From, To, and Cc Fields .................................................................................................. 23 Contacts............................................................................................................................. 23 Attaching............................................................................................................................ 24

1.3.3.1. 1.3.3.2. 1.3.3.3.

1.3.4. 1.3.5. 1.3.6. 1.3.7. 1.3.8.

Forwarding mail............................................................................................................. 24 Replying to mail.............................................................................................................. 24 Working with drafts ........................................................................................................ 24 Sending mail ................................................................................................................... 24 Organizing mail messages.............................................................................................. 24
Creating new mail folders................................................................................................ 25 Deleting mail folders ........................................................................................................ 25 Renaming mail folders ..................................................................................................... 25 Moving messages between folders ............................................................................... 25 Deleting messages........................................................................................................... 25 Emptying the trash can.................................................................................................... 26

1.3.8.1. 1.3.8.2. 1.3.8.3. 1.3.8.4. 1.3.8.5. 1.3.8.6.

1.3.9.

Mail settings ................................................................................................................... 26

1.3.9.1. Settings for the Diino Mail Account ................................................................................ 26 1.3.9.1.1. Forwarding of Diino mail to other mail accounts .................................................... 26 1.3.9.2. Mail server for sending messages ................................................................................. 27

1.4. WEB FILES ........................................................................................................................... 27 1.4.1. Disabling web access...................................................................................................... 27

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1.5. BLOG VIEW .......................................................................................................................... 28 1.5.1. Creating blog entries ...................................................................................................... 29 1.5.2. Editing blog entries ........................................................................................................ 29
1.5.2.1. Publishing and unpublishing ........................................................................................... 29 1.5.2.2. Using formatting tags in entry texts ............................................................................... 29 1.5.2.2.1. color.............................................................................................................................. 29 1.5.2.2.2. align .............................................................................................................................. 30 1.5.2.2.3. bold, italics, and underline......................................................................................... 30 1.5.2.2.4. img ................................................................................................................................ 30 1.5.2.2.5. url .................................................................................................................................. 30 1.5.2.2.6. email............................................................................................................................. 31 1.5.2.3. Adding images to blog entries ........................................................................................ 31 1.5.2.4. Saving blog entries........................................................................................................... 31

1.5.3.

Blog Comments............................................................................................................... 31
Adding new blog comments............................................................................................ 32 Editing blog comments .................................................................................................... 33 Removing blog comments............................................................................................... 33

1.5.3.1. 1.5.3.2. 1.5.3.3.

1.5.4. 1.5.5.

Removing entries ............................................................................................................ 33 Blog settings ................................................................................................................... 33
Blog name and subtitle .................................................................................................... 33 Design templates.............................................................................................................. 33 Index on blog search engines and trackers .................................................................. 34

1.5.5.1. 1.5.5.2. 1.5.5.3.

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DIINO TOOLS AND EXTENSIONS........................................................................................ 34 2.1. DIINO PLAYER ...................................................................................................................... 34 2.1.1. Playing tracks................................................................................................................. 34 2.1.2. Controlling playback ...................................................................................................... 34
2.1.2.1. 2.1.2.2. 2.1.2.3. 2.1.2.4. 2.1.2.5. 2.1.2.6. 2.1.2.7. 2.1.2.8. Previous track ................................................................................................................... 34 Next track .......................................................................................................................... 34 Pause ................................................................................................................................. 35 Stop .................................................................................................................................... 35 Mute ................................................................................................................................... 35 Volume............................................................................................................................... 35 Repeat................................................................................................................................ 35 Shuffle ................................................................................................................................ 35 Show and hide .................................................................................................................. 35 Adding tracks .................................................................................................................... 36 Removing tracks............................................................................................................... 36 Selecting track to play from the play list........................................................................ 36

2.1.3.

Playlist............................................................................................................................ 35

2.1.3.1. 2.1.3.2. 2.1.3.3. 2.1.3.4.

2.1.4. Minimize to, and restore from tray ................................................................................. 36 2.2. BACKUP TOOL ...................................................................................................................... 36 2.2.1. Creating a new backup job ............................................................................................. 37 2.2.2. Edit backup jobs ............................................................................................................. 37
2.2.2.1. Backup name .................................................................................................................... 38 2.2.2.2. Folders to backup............................................................................................................. 38 2.2.2.3. Account to store backup on ............................................................................................ 39 2.2.2.4. Scheduling backup jobs................................................................................................... 39 2.2.2.4.1. Weekly/Daily ............................................................................................................... 39 2.2.2.4.2. Advanced scheduling................................................................................................. 40 2.2.2.5. Advanced backup options for power users................................................................... 41

2.2.3. Starting backup jobs manually ....................................................................................... 41 2.2.4. Scheduled backup jobs started automatically................................................................. 42 2.2.5. Removing backup jobs .................................................................................................... 42 2.2.6. Accessing backup jobs in Diino...................................................................................... 42 2.2.7. Viewing the backup log................................................................................................... 43 2.3. STARTING A NEW DIINO INSTANCE ...................................................................................... 43 2.4. VIEWING DIINO HELP ........................................................................................................... 43 2.5. LOGGING OUT....................................................................................................................... 44 3. GUIDES, TUTORIALS, AND FAQS........................................................................................ 44 3.1. BACKUP TUTORIAL AND FAQ.............................................................................................. 44

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3.1.1. 3.1.2.

Introduction .................................................................................................................... 44 Illustrated Tutorial ......................................................................................................... 45
Step 1 – Start Diino Backup and Create a New Backup Job ............................................... 45 Step 2 – Define what the backup job should do .................................................................. 46 Step 3 – Access your backed up data from your Diino Client............................................. 50

3.1.2.1. 3.1.2.2. 3.1.2.3.

3.1.3. 4.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Backup ............................................................. 51

REPORTING BUGS .................................................................................................................. 53 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. INFORMATION TO INCLUDE IN BUG REPORTS ........................................................................ 53 SENDING BUG REPORTS FROM WITHIN DIINO........................................................................ 53 SENDING BUG REPORTS MANUALLY BY E-MAIL .................................................................... 55

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1. Main Diino Views

Diino View Toolbar

□ Diino is divided into five main views. The last two views are accessed via a
menu which pops up when clicking on the Mobile Bridge Icon.

□ Clicking on any of the icons in the top left corner of your Diino changes
your current view if you are logged in. (Ctrl+F1, Ctrl+F2, Ctrl+F3, and Ctrl+F4)

1.1. Start page view

Diino Start Page View

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□ The Start Page View is only visible when starting Diino, and after logging
out.

1.1.1. Following links on the start page

□ Clicking a link on the Start Page launches your web browser and displays
the corresponding link.

1.1.2. Logging in

□ After typing in your username and password, clicking the Login Button
logs you in and displays your home directory in the Files View.

1.1.2.1. Account restrictions and possible login failures
Depending on the status and restrictions of your account type, logging in might be restricted or disallowed all together.

1.1.2.1.1. Too many users concurrently logged in to the same account

Diino Too Many Users Notification Dialog

□ When trying to login to an account where the maximum number of
simultaneous connections has been reached, the Too May Users Notification Dialog is displayed, and the login process is aborted.

1.1.2.1.2. Too many unsuccessful login attempts

Diino Login Locked Dialog

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□ Supplying incorrect user credentials three times in a row will lock login for
a duration of 15 minutes.

1.1.2.1.3. Account has expired

Diino Account Expired Dialog

□ When your account has expired, you will be presented with the Account
Expired Dialog. The functionality of expired accounts is limited to listing and deleting files only.

1.1.2.1.4. Account is full

Diino Account Full Warning Dialog

□ When you account is full the Account Full Warning Dialog will appear
after logging in.

□ When an account if full, attempts to upload files will fail with the following
dialog:

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Diino Account Full Upload Error Dialog

□ In order to be able to upload files again you must either delete unwanted
files, or upgrade your account. (Upgrading your account is very easy, and it just takes a minute.)

1.1.2.2. Reconnect Dialog

Diino Confirm Reconnection Dialog

□ If the Diino Client loses connection with the Diino Server, the
Reconnection Dialog will appear. Clicking the Yes Button automatically logs you in again, and clicking the No Button takes you back to the Start Page View, where you must manually type in your username and password in order to login again.

□ If neither the Yes, nor the No Button is clicked within 10 seconds, the Yes
alternative is automatically chosen.

1.2. Files View

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Diino Files View

1.2.1. Navigating

□ Navigation between your Diino folders and files is done either by double
clicking, pressing Enter on a selected folder, or by right clicking and selecting Open (Ctrl+O) in the popup menu.

1.2.2. Working with files on Diino
Working with files in Diino is just as easy as working with local files on your computer.

□ Double clicking a file starts your default program for that file type and loads
the file (Ctrl+O). The only exception is mp3-files, which starts in the Diino Player.

□ Selecting Open With in the right click menu brings up a list of programs
from where you can select the program you want to open the file with.

□ Diino folders are created by right clicking and selecting Make New
Directory (F7).
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□ The right-click actions Cut (Ctrl-X), Copy (Ctrl+C), Paste (Ctrl+V), Select
All (Ctrl+A), Delete (Del), and Rename (F2) works just like in Windows. You can, for example, copy one Diino file from one Diino folder to another without first having to download it to your computer.

1.2.3. Uploading
There are several ways to upload files and folders to your Diino account.

□ Dragging and dropping a document from Windows to Diino uploads the
document. Files(s) (Ctrl+U) brings up a file dialog where you can select one or several files for upload.

□ Right clicking in your Diino window and selecting Upload

□ Right clicking in your Diino window and selecting Upload a Folder
(Shift+Ctrl+U) brings up a folder dialog where you can select the folder you want to upload.

1.2.3.1. Upload dialog

Diino Upload Dialog

□ When a transfer starts the Upload Dialog pops up and displays details
about your upload.

□ The Cancel Button aborts all uploads all together. □ If several files are in queue, the Skip File Button skips the current file and
continues with the next file in queue.

□ You can continue working with Diino while your files are uploaded in the
background.
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□ Dragging and dropping a folder from Windows to Diino uploads the whole
folder; including all subfolders.

1.2.4. Downloading
Downloading files from Diino is easy.

□ Downloading files in the background is convenient as it allows you to
continue working with Diino while your files are transferred.

1.2.4.1. Downloading files in the background

□ To download in the background select the files and folders you want to
download, right click and select Download To (Ctrl+D). A folder dialog will appear that allows you to select the destination on your local computer.

1.2.4.1.1. Download Dialog

Diino Download Dialog

□ During background downloads status is displayed in the Diino Download
Dialog.

□ The Cancel Button aborts all downloads all together. □ If several files are in queue for download, the Skip File Button skips the
current file and continues with the next file in queue.

1.2.4.2. Downloading files by dragging and dropping

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□ Dragging and dropping files or folders from Diino to your Windows desktop
starts a download session, and status is displayed in the Diino Status Bar.

□ To cancel a download press the escape button on your keyboard.
1.2.5. Copying files between two different Diino accounts

□ By starting two instances of Diino, and logging in, it is possible to drag and
drop, and Copy (Ctrl+C) and Paste (Ctrl+V) files and folders, from one Diino Window to the another.

□ It is not possible to Cut (Ctrl+X) files and folders from one Diino Window
and Paste (Ctrl+V) into another.

1.2.6. Searching for files and folders

Diino File and Folder Search

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□ Clicking the Search Button (F3) in the File View brings up the File and
Folder Search View.

□ Typing in a search string and clicking Search (Enter) starts a search
operation; and any matching results are displayed close to instantly.

□ Search is not case sensitive □ Double clicking on a found item opens the file or folder in question. □ Right clicking on a found item and selecting Go To Folder (Ctrl+G) closes
the Search View and opens the File View with the folder that contains the clicked item.

1.2.6.1. Using wildcards in search

□ The wildcard characters * and ? are allowed in search strings. □ * matches any number of characters, and ? □ The default search is *<your
a single character.

search string>*.

□ Using wildcards overrides the default search.
1.2.6.2. Search examples:

□ A search string of music is equivalent to *music*. It finds and displays all
files and folders that contain the string music.

□ music* finds all files and folders that starts with the string music. □ *music finds anything that ends with music. □ Suppose the files winner1997.mp3, winner1999.mp3, and
winner2005.mp3 exist on your account. Then the search string winner19??.mp3 would find the first two files and not the last one.

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1.2.7. Sharing folders

Diino Share Dialog Diino folders can be shared with other users.

□ Right clicking a folder and selecting Share makes the Share Dialog pop
up.

□ After typing in a password, selecting the desired Shared Folder
Permissions, and clicking OK, your folder is made available to other Diino users.

□ By Clicking the View Current Password Button a dialog pops up asking
for the main password for your Diino account. If the correct password is supplied the share password is revealed.

1.2.7.1. Accessing shared folders

□ To access a shared folder login with your normal username, but with the
password you selected when you shared the folder.

1.2.8. Enabling web access

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Diino Web Access Dialog Your Diino files and folders can be accessed from the web via an ordinary web browser by enabling Web Access.

□ By right clicking a file or folder and selecting Web Access the Web
Access Dialog will pop up.

□ Web access is enabled by checking the Enable Web Access Checkbox,
and clicking OK.

1.2.8.1. Password protection

□ By checking the Enable Password Protection Checkbox, supplying a
password, and clicking OK, anyone trying to access the folder in question needs to type in the password in order to access the web share from their web browsers.

□ Single files can not be password protected since they end up in the root of
your web folder (which cannot be password protected).

□ By clicking the View Current Password Button a dialog pops-up asking
for the main password for your Diino account. If the correct password is supplied the web access password is revealed.

1.2.8.2. Accessing web shares from web browsers

□ Web shares from your account are available on the following URL:
http://username.diinoweb.com/files, where username should be replaced with your actual Diino username.

1.2.9. Diino WebDrop

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With Diino WebDrop your friends and colleagues can upload files to you account from your Diino Web Page. That is, no Diino client is needed to do this, all that is needed is a regular web browser such as Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox.

WebDrop settings dialog

□ To enable WebDrop right click the My WebDrop Folder, select the WebDrop
Settings Menu Item, and check the Enable Checkbox. Additionally you can set a password, and select the maximum size for the whole folder.

1.2.10.

Sending files links by e-mail

By selecting the files you want to send links to, right clicking and selecting E-mail a Link to this File (Ctrl+M) the E-Mail Link Dialog appears.

Diino E-Mail Link Dialog
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□ Typing in the desired e-mail addresses, your message, and clicking OK
sends the file link message to your addresses.

□ File Links are valid for a maximum of 24 hours or 10 downloads.
1.3. Mail view

Diino Mail View Diino comes with an integrated mail application, and every Diino account comes with a free e-mail address.

□ The format of your free Diino e-mail address is diinouser@diino.com,
where diinouser should be replaced with your actual Diino username.

1.3.1. Using the contact list

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Diino Contact List Dialog

□ By clicking the Contact List Button in the Mail View the Diino Contact
List Dialog pops up. .

1.3.1.1. Adding contacts

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Diino New Contact Dialog

□ Clicking the New Button brings up the New Contact Dialog. After filling in
the contact details, and clicking OK, your new contact is displayed in the Contact List Dialog.

1.3.1.2. Removing contacts

□ Selecting a contact and clicking the Remove Button deletes the selected
contact from your contact list.

1.3.1.3. Importing contacts

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Diino Found Import Contacts Dialog Diino can import contacts from Microsoft Outlook. During imports an Outlook Dialog may pop up requiring you to authorize access to the Outlook database.

□ Clicking the Import Button in your contact list brings up the Import
Contacts Dialog which displays all contacts it could find on your computer.

□ Clicking OK imports checked contacts into your contact list.
1.3.2. Reading mail

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Diino Mail Viewer

□ By double clicking, or pressing Enter on a selected mail in the Diino Mail
View, the corresponding message is downloaded and displayed in the Diino Mail Viewer.

Diino Remote Images Warning Header

□ If an e-mail has remote images (images that must be downloaded from the
web) a warning header is displayed in the Mail Viewer. In order to download, and see, the images the Show Images Button has to be clicked.

□ From the Mail View you can click the Read Previous Message (Alt+Up
Arrow), and the Read Next Message (Alt+Down Arrow) Buttons to navigate between mails in your currently selected mail folder.

□ Clicking the Reply (Ctrl+R), Reply All (Shift+Ctrl+R), or Forward Buttons
(Ctrl+F) opens up the Diino Mail Editor where you can edit your message before sending it.

□ By clicking the Delete Message Button, the current message is closed
and moved to the Trash Folder.
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1.3.2.1. Attachments

Diino Mail Viewer with an Attachment

1.3.2.1.1. Opening Attachments

□ Double clicking on an attachment opens the attachment.
1.3.2.1.2. Saving Attachments

□ Dragging and dropping an attachment saves the attachment where you
dropped it. You can drop attachment in any Diino folder, or on your computers Desktop.

□ Right clicking an attachment brings up a pop up menu from which you can
either save all attachments, or just save the attachment you clicked on.

1.3.2.2. Printing e-mail messages

□ When a message is open in the Mail Viewer it can be printed by clicking
the Print Message Icon (Ctrl+P).

1.3.3. Writing messages

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Diino Mail Editor The Mail Editor features an instant search function for your contact list.

□ The Show/Hide Contacts Button (F4) toggles visibility of the contact list
while composing e-mail messages.

1.3.3.1. From, To, and Cc Fields

□ If you access to third party e-mail accounts is enabled, the From
Dropdown List lets you chose which identity you want to use when sending the message.

□ Recipients are written in the To and Cc Fields with one recipient per line.
1.3.3.2. Contacts

□ It is possible to drag and drop names directly from your Contact List onto
to the To and CC Fields respectively.

□ Enter a name, or part of a name, in the Search Contacts Edit Box, and
the matching contacts are displayed in the list instantly. Clicking the Tool Button to the right on the Search Contacts Edit Box, or pressing Enter after a search will populate the To Field with all currently visible contacts.

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□ Selecting one or several contacts and clicking the To or Cc Buttons
populate the To and Cc Fields respectively.

1.3.3.3. Attaching

□ By dragging and dropping it is possible to attach files both from your local
computer and from your Diino account.

□ By clicking the Attach File(s) to Message Button (Shift+Ctrl+A) a file
dialog, where you can select one or several files for attachments, pops up.

1.3.4. Forwarding mail

□ Clicking the Forward Message Button (Ctrl+F) opens the Mail Editor, so
you can edit your message before forwarding it.

□ Attached files are included when forwarding mail messages.
1.3.5. Replying to mail
Clicking the Reply (Ctrl+R) or Reply All (Shift+Ctrl+F) Buttons opens the Mail Editor in reply and reply all mode respectively.

□ Attached files are not included when replying to messages.
1.3.6. Working with drafts

□ Closing a message window, before sending the message, brings up dialog
asking you if you want to save the message as a draft. Clicking the Yes Button saves the message in the Drafts Folder. When a message is opened from the Drafts Folder, edited, and sent, the message is moved to the Sent Folder.

1.3.7. Sending mail

□ Clicking the Send Message Button (Ctrl+Enter) sends you e-mail. While
the message is being sent, progress is being displayed in the Status Bar.

□ Sent messages are stored in the Sent Folder.
1.3.8. Organizing mail messages
Organizing your mail messages in Diino is easy.

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1.3.8.1. Creating new mail folders

Diino New Mail Folder Dialog

□ By right clicking on a Mail Folder and selecting New Folder the New Mail
Folder Dialog pops up. Typing in a name and clicking OK creates the new folder.

1.3.8.2. Deleting mail folders

□ Right clicking on a Mail Folder and selecting Delete Folder deletes the
selected folder.

1.3.8.3. Renaming mail folders

Diino Rename Mail Folder Dialog

□ By right clicking on a Mail Folder and selecting Rename Folder the
Rename Mail Folder Dialog pops up. Typing in a name and clicking OK renames the folder.

1.3.8.4. Moving messages between folders

□ Messages are moved between folders by dragging and dropping.
1.3.8.5. Deleting messages

□ Deleting a message from a normal folder moves the message to the Trash
Folder. Deleting a message from the Trash Folder removes the message completely.

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□ Holding down the Shift key when deleting messages deletes selected
messages directly instead of moving them to the Trash Folder.

1.3.8.6. Emptying the trash can

□ Right clicking on the Trash Folder and selecting Empty Trash
permanently removes trash messages.

1.3.9. Mail settings

Diino Mail Settings Dialog

1.3.9.1. Settings for the Diino Mail Account

□ The Full Name Edit Box lets you type in the full name you want to have
associated with your free Diino e-mail account.

1.3.9.1.1. Forwarding of Diino mail to other mail accounts
Note, this type of forward works on the server level, and requires no user interaction when set up. It has nothing to do with the forwarding individual messages (Ctrl+F) in the Diino mail client as described previously.

□ By checking the Forward Your Diino Mail To Checkbox and typing in a
valid e-mail address any mail that is sent to your Diino mail account will be forwarded to the specified account.

□ If the Keep a Copy on Diino Checkbox is checked, a copy of forwarded
mail is left on your Diino account, otherwise not.

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1.3.9.2. Mail server for sending messages
By default a highly secure Diino Mail server, where all traffic between Diino and the server is encrypted, is used when sending messages.

□ By clicking the Custom (Insecure) Radio Button and typing in your
SMTP details, any SMTP-server of you choosing and be utilized for sending mail messages.

1.4. Web Files

Diino Web Files View

□ The Web Files View of Diino displays files and folders which are shared
on the web.

□ Clicking the View Web Files in Browser Button launches your default
web browser and displays your web files page on your Diino web page.

1.4.1. Disabling web access

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Diino Web Access Dialog

□ By right clicking a file or folder which is shared on the web, and selecting
Web Access the Web Access Dialog will pop up. Web access is disabled by unchecking the Enable Web Access Checkbox and clicking the OK.

1.5. Blog View

Diino Blog View Diino comes with a full featured blog service.

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1.5.1. Creating blog entries

□ Clicking the Create New Blog Entry Button (Ctrl+N) displays the Blog
Entry Editor where you edit blog entries.

1.5.2. Editing blog entries

Diino Blog Entry Editor Dialog Using the Blog Entry Editor is straight forward.

1.5.2.1. Publishing and unpublishing

□ The Publish on the Web Checkbox determines if an entry should be
accessible from the web or not.

1.5.2.2. Using formatting tags in entry texts
Formatting tags comes in pairs. For each tag type there is a start tag, and an end tag. The tags simply determine how any text between the start and end tag is to be formatted and displayed when viewed in a web browser.

□ If any text is selected in the editor, the start and end tags are inserted
before and after the selected text.

1.5.2.2.1. color

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□ By clicking the Color Tag Toolbar Button a color dialog pops up. By
selecting a color and clicking OK, the pair [color=#XxYyZz] and [/color] is inserted in the body text. (XxYyZz is the hexadecimal representation of the selected color)

1.5.2.2.2. align

□ By clicking the Align Dropdown List, the tags [center] and [right]
are listed for selection.

□ Text between [center] and [/center] is aligned centered when
displayed in your web browser, and text between [right] and [/right] is aligned right.

□ By default all text is left aligned.
1.5.2.2.3. bold, italics, and underline

□ Any text between the pairs [b] and [/b], [i] and [/i], and [u] and
[/u] is formatted using the styles bold, italic, and underline respectively.

1.5.2.2.4. img

□ By using the img-tag any image on the web can be displayed inline in your
blog body text. The format is [img]<Image url>[/img], where <Image url> is the full url to the desired image.

□ For example [img]http://www.host.org/image.jpg[/img] would
display the image image.jpg from www.host.org inline in your blog entry when viewed in your web browser.

1.5.2.2.5. url

□ The url tag inserts normal web links into your text. The format is
[url=<link url>]<name of link>[/url]. Where <link url> is the web address of your link, and <name of link> determines the name of the link.

□ For example: I

found the information by using my [url=http://www.google.com]favorite search engine[/url].

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would display the text with a link that, when clicked on, would take you to Google.

1.5.2.2.6. email

□ The email tag lets you insert e-mail links in blog entries. The format is
[email]<e-mail address>[/email].

□ For example:

[email]webmaster@host.org[/email], inserts an email link, that when clicked on in your web browser, starts your default mail program in order to compose a message to webmaster@host.org.

1.5.2.3. Adding images to blog entries

□ By clicking the Add Image Button a file dialog appears. Selecting one or
several images, and clicking OK uploads selected images. After the images are uploaded thumbnail representations of the images are displayed to the right in the Blog Entry Editor.

□ Uploaded images are not displayed inline in your entry when viewed from
your web browser. Instead thumbnails are displayed in the upper right, and clicking on a thumbnail loads the full image.

1.5.2.4. Saving blog entries

□ By clicking the Save Button in Blog Entry Editor the entry is saved and
closed. After that you are taken back to the Blog View, where the list of entries is updated accordingly.

1.5.3. Blog Comments
Comments to your blog entries, written by your readers, are accessible from within Diino.

□ Selecting an entry and clicking the Blog Entry Comments Button makes
the Entry Comments Dialog appear.

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Diino Blog Entry Comments Dialog

1.5.3.1. Adding new blog comments

□ Clicking the New Button (Ctrl+N) brings up the Comment Editor where
you can add your own comment.

Diino Blog Comment Editor

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1.5.3.2. Editing blog comments

□ To edit an existing comment select the comment and click the Edit Button
(Enter).

□ Edit the name, e-mail address, and comment, and press the Save Button
to save the comment

1.5.3.3. Removing blog comments

□ Select the comment you want to remove and click the Remove Button
(Del) to remove the selected comment.

1.5.4. Removing entries

□ Selecting an entry in the Blog View and clicking the Remove Blog Entry
Button (Del) removes the selected entry.

1.5.5. Blog settings

□ To access Blog Settings press the Blog Settings Button in the Blog
View.

Diino Blog Settings Dialog

1.5.5.1. Blog name and subtitle

□ The name and subtitle of your blog are displayed on the top of your blog
web page.

1.5.5.2. Design templates

□ By selecting another Design Template, and saving the settings, the layout
and style of your whole blog page is altered.
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1.5.5.3. Index on blog search engines and trackers

□ The Notify Blog Search Engines of Changes in Your Blog Checkbox
determines if information about updates and availability of your blog should be sent to public Blog Trackers.

2. Diino tools and extensions

Diino Tools and Extensions Toolbar

□ Diino Tools and Extensions are accessed by clicking on the different icons
in the upper right of your Diino window (Ctrl+1, Ctrl+2, Ctrl+3, Ctrl+4, and Ctrl+5).

2.1. Diino Player

Diino Player

2.1.1. Playing tracks

□ To start the Diino Player double click on any mp3-file, or right click on an
mp3-file or folder and select Stream Mp3-File(s) (Ctrl+S).

2.1.2. Controlling playback

2.1.2.1. Previous track

□ The Previous Track Button (Z or Numpad 4) skips to the previous track
in the playlist.

2.1.2.2. Next track

□ The Next Track Button (B or Numpad 6) skips to the next track in the
playlist.

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2.1.2.3. Pause

□ Clicking the Pause Button (C) pauses the current track. The track is
resumed by either clicking the Pause Button (C) again or clicking the Play Button (X).

2.1.2.4. Stop

□ The Stop Button (V) stops playback of current track.
2.1.2.5. Mute

□ The Mute Button (M) toggles volume on and off.
2.1.2.6. Volume

□ By holding and dragging the Volume Slider left and right the playback
volume is changed accordingly. From your keyboard you can Increase the Volume (Up Arrow), and Decrease the Volume (Down Arrow).

2.1.2.7. Repeat

□ The Repeat Button (R) toggles between Repeat Track, Repeat All, and
Repeat Off.

2.1.2.8. Shuffle

□ The Shuffle Button (S) toggles Shuffle On and Off.
2.1.3. Playlist

Diino Player and Playlist

2.1.3.1. Show and hide

□ The Playlist Button (Space, E, or P) in the lower right corner of the Diino
Player toggles visibility of the Playlist.

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2.1.3.2. Adding tracks

□ Right clicking a file or folder in Diino and selecting Add Mp3-Files(s) to
Playlist (Alt+A) adds selected tracks to the Playlist.

2.1.3.3. Removing tracks

□ Right clicking on selected track in the Playlist and selecting Remove
From Playlist (Del) removes the selected track.

2.1.3.4. Selecting track to play from the play list

□ Double clicking on a track in the playlist stops playback of current track,
and starts playback on the clicked track.

2.1.4. Minimize to, and restore from tray

□ Clicking the Minimize Button in the upper right corner of Diino Player
minimizes the player (and the Playlist) to the Windows tray area.

Minimized Diino Player Icon in the Tray Area of Windows

□ To restore the Player double click the Player Icon or right click on it and
select Restore Diino Player.

□ The Player can be closed by right clicking the Player Icon and selecting
Close Diino Player.

2.2. Backup Tool
Diino features a very convenient and easy to use backup tool.

□ To use and create backups with Diino you do not need to have
administrator privileges for your local computer.

□ Backup settings are stored on your local computer, and not on your Diino
account. This way you can use the same Diino account for backing up data from more than one computer. (Just be sure to give each backup a unique name.)

□ Backup settings and the backup log file are stored in your users
Application Data folder under a directory called Diino. (Typically c:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\Diino on Windows XP Systems.)

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Diino Backup Tool

2.2.1. Creating a new backup job

□ By clicking the Create New Backup Job Button, a new backup job is
created and the Backup Job Editor becomes visible with the created job.

2.2.2. Edit backup jobs

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Diino Backup Job Editor

2.2.2.1. Backup name

□ Each backup job needs a unique Backup Name.
2.2.2.2. Folders to backup

□ The Folders To Backup List displays folders on your local computer that
is to be backed up.

□ Clicking the Add Button brings up a menu where you can either a) select
a folder to add manually by clicking Select Folder, or b) select one of the predefined locations where important data usually is located. An example of a predefined folder is My Documents.

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□ Folders to backup can also be dragged and dropped onto the list. □ Clicking the Change Button when an entry in the selected brings up a
folder dialog; and selecting a new folder in that dialog and clicking OK replaces the original entry with the new one.

□ By clicking the Remove Button when an entry is selected in the list, the
selected folder is removed from the list.

2.2.2.3. Account to store backup on

□ By typing in a username and a password, and then clicking the Check
Account Button, a check is performed to determine if the supplied credentials are valid.

□ Backups can not be stored in regular shared folders. Hence, the supplied
password must be the master password for the corresponding username.

□ If a job is to be scheduled to run automatically the login password has to
be stored on your computer.

2.2.2.4. Scheduling backup jobs
Backup jobs can be scheduled to run automatically; and there are two types of backups: Full backups and Incremental backups.

□ A full backup backs up all files and folders whether or not files have
changed.

□ An incremental backup only backs up files that are completely new or have
changed. (Files which have a newer date timestamp than the previously taken backup.)

2.2.2.4.1. Weekly/Daily

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Diino Backup Weekly/Daily Schedule Dialog

□ By clicking the Weekly / Daily Radio Button and then clicking the
Settings Button the Weekly / Daily Schedule Dialog appears.

□ The weekly start times for full and incremental backups are defined by
checking the weekdays, and start times, for full and incremental backups respectively.

2.2.2.4.2. Advanced scheduling

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Scheduled Tasks in Windows

□ By selecting the Advanced Radio Button and clicking the Settings
Button Windows displays its scheduled tasks.

□ By double clicking one of the Diino items in the scheduled task list,
Windows lets you change advanced properties for the clicked backup job.

□ For each backup job, there are two corresponding entries in the scheduled
task list. One for full backups, and one for incremental backups.

2.2.2.5. Advanced backup options for power users

□ If the Backup Hidden Files Checkbox is checked, hidden files will be
included in the backup.

□ If Windows is configured to show hidden files, then the Backup Hidden
Files Checkbox is checked by default, otherwise not.

□ If the Close Outlook Checkbox is checked, the backup job will try to
close Microsoft Outlook before the job is started.

2.2.3. Starting backup jobs manually

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Diino Backup Run Progress Dialog

□ Selecting a backup job and clicking the Run Backup Job Button (F9)
starts and performs a manual backup job.

□ Manually started backups do not interfere with scheduled backups.
2.2.4. Scheduled backup jobs started automatically

□ Since scheduling is performed by the Windows Task Scheduler, backup
jobs can start executing without having Diino (or Diino Backup) running.

2.2.5. Removing backup jobs

□ To remove a backup job, select the job in the list and click the Delete
Backup Job Button (Del).

2.2.6. Accessing backup jobs in Diino

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Diino Files View in My Backups Folder

□ To access your backups, log in with the same username and password as
supplied in the backup job, and open to the Backup Folder

2.2.7. Viewing the backup log

□ Right clicking on the Backup List and selecting View Backup Log
(Ctrl+L) displays the backup log in your default text editor (typically Notepad).

2.3. Starting a new Diino Instance

□ Clicking the Open a New Window Icon (Ctrl+3) starts a new instance of
Diino.

2.4. Viewing Diino help

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Diino Help Window

□ Upon clicking the Diino Help Icon, the Diino Help Window is displayed. □ By clicking on the various topics in the Diino Help Window, information
about the clicked topic is displayed.

2.5. Logging out

□ To log out, simply click the Diino Logout Button on the Diino Tools and
Extensions Toolbar.

3. Guides, Tutorials, and FAQs
3.1. Backup Tutorial and FAQ
3.1.1. Introduction
Just imagine if someone asked you if you knew of a backup system that could be configured such that it each Sunday, for example, would make a full backup of important documents, and all other days of the week only would backup files which were new or changed. Suppose also that in order to ensure maximal safety, each backup should be stored remotely on a secure site, embedded firmly in the absolutely rock solid Swedish bedrock; in fact, stored on a server so secure that communication

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with the outside world only were to be allowed on channels utilizing no less that 2048 bit encryption. Finally suppose that all files in each and every backup could be accessed from any Windows computer anywhere in world with a connection to the Internet. Now you might think, bearing in mind any regular backup products you might have used, that if such a backup system existed, surely setting it up and configuring it might require at least a PhD in Computer Science. However, in the following you will see that: Not only does Diino Backup meet all of the requirements above - but also – configuration and usage are as easy as 1-2-3!

3.1.2. Illustrated Tutorial
The goal of this tutorial will be to create a backup job that will backup all your important files on regular intervals. Specifically we want to make a full backup of the selected files every Sunday and Wednesday, and all other days we only want to backup files that are new or have changed since the last backup. All steps in the tutorial should be self explanatory for any user familiar with Windows computers.

3.1.2.1. Step 1 – Start Diino Backup and Create a New Backup Job
The first time you start Diino Backup there are no backup jobs defined, so your screen will look something like this

Image 1 – Diino Backup, first run • Simply click the New Button to create a new Job.

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3.1.2.2. Step 2 – Define what the backup job should do
After clicking the New Button the last step the following window will appear

Image 2 – A Blank New Backup Job Backup Name The first thing we will need to do is to give the backup a meaningful name. • Type in a Backup Name.

(I chose ‘My First Backup’ as Backup Name.) Folders to Backup

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Now we need to add the folders we want to backup. One can either drag-and-drop the folders one wishes to backup or click the Add Button. •

Add some folder, either by clicking the Add Button, or by dragging and dropping folders onto the Folder List.

(I chose to click the button as it brings up a menu list of common folders that one might want to backup.)

Image 3 – Clicking Add Brings up a List of Common Folders to Backup (I added two folders, ‘My Documents’ and ‘Favourites’.) Account to store backup on Type in your Diino Username and your Diino Password, and click the Store Password Checkbox. We need to store the password since we want the backup to be automatic. You can also click the Check Account Button, which simply tries to login with the supplied username and password (and then logs out again). Scheduling Now, remember that we wanted to make a full backup every Sunday and Wednesday, and all other days we only want to backup new of changed files. • Select Weekly / Daily and Click the Settings Button.

Now the following window will appear

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Image 4 – Weekly / Daily Schedule • • • Simply make the required changes. (Uncheck Wednesday under Incremental Backup and check Wednesday for Full backup.) You might also want to change the time at which backups should run. Click the OK Button.

Advanced Options You can select if you want to backup files that are hidden. Also, you might want to close Outlook before backup jobs are started, if so just check the corresponding checkbox. In conclusion After filling in the details in this step your Window should look something like this

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Image 5 – Backup Job before saving • If everything looks fine, then press the Save Button.

After saving, you will get back to the Jobs View. Now your newly created job should be visible, and your screen should look something like this

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Image 6 – Backup jobs view after saving your first job

Now you can either run the backup manually by clicking the Run Button, or exit the program. For demonstrative purposes: • Click the Run Button. This will create an unscheduled full backup.

A progress dialog will now pop up displaying what is going on during each stage of performing a backup job.

Image 7 – Progress dialog when performing a manual backup As you can tell by the screen shot, unscheduled backups are independent of scheduled ones. This means that you safely can remove old unscheduled backups from your Diino account, without interfering with your backup schedule.

3.1.2.3. Step 3 – Access your backed up data from your Diino Client
• Start Diino as you normally would and enter the My Backups folder.

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In this folder there should now be a new folder corresponding to the Manual backup that was performed in step 2. In my case I have a My First Backup folder. • Enter the folder corresponding to the unscheduled backup that was performed in step 2.

Here you will now find a file containing the backed up files. In my case:

Image8 – Accessing backed up files from Diino •

Double click on the Backup File.

After a while, depending on the size of the backup, Windows will automatically display the contents of your backup.

3.1.3. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Backup
Q: Does Diino or Diino backup have to be running when I have scheduled some backups? A: No, the Windows Scheduler, which is always running, keeps track of when to start the backup jobs. Q: How can I schedule intervals longer than one week, or shorter than one day?

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A: In the Edit Backup Job Window, under Scheduling, select Advanced and click Settings. The Windows Scheduler will be displayed containing a list of tasks. Among them there should be two tasks corresponding to the job you are editing. Now click one of them to set the interval you want. You need to edit both the incremental and the full task since they aren’t dependant on each other. Q: What method is used to determine what files to include in incremental backups? A: A file is included if it’s new or changed. (That is, the file date of a file is newer than the time of the last backup.) Q: What format is used for backups? A: The regular zip format for sizes less than 4 GB, and zip64 for larger files. Q: How much data is sent for incremental backups? A: It depends on how many files have changed since your last backup. In any case, since backups are stored in zip files, the smallest addition to an incremental backup is a complete file. Q: Can I backup files from another computer without mapping a share to a drive letter? A: Yes, simply browse to the share you want to backup. Or type in the name manually, say ‘\\SERVER\c$\Folder’ Q: Can I add folders from more than one drive or computer in one backup? A: Yes, in all backups the root contains the drive or computer you have backed up from. If you have added three folders: ‘C:\MyPhotos’, ‘D:\Important Documents’, and ‘\\SERVER\c$\Folder’ the structure of your zip archive will look like this: The Backup (Zip-File) C MyPhotos D Important Documents SERVER C Folder Q: I have another backup program installed; do I need to uninstall it before using Diino Backup? A: In general there would be no need for that. What we can say is that Diino backup is designed to play along nicely with other backup programs, but we cannot, of course, guarantee that the converse is true.

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4. Reporting Bugs
4.1. Information to Include in bug reports
When finding a problem in Diino, please do include the following details in your report: • • • Diino version Operating System Steps to reproduce the problem o What actually happened o What you did expect to happen • Also include any other information that you think could help us solve the problem.

4.2. Sending bug reports from within Diino

Diino Bug Report Dialog

□ Diino includes a module for collection, and sending of, system and
application status that can help us pin-point various problems.

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Diino Send Assistant for Bug Reports (Step 1 of 2)

□ Upon clicking the Send Bug Report Button in the Report Dialog the
Send Assistant starts up. Simply type in the error details and click the Continue Button.

Diino Send Assistant for Bug Reports (Step 2 of 2)

□ It’s possible to include a screen shot in bug reports. Check the Attach
Checkbox if you one included in your bug report.

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□ When all steps in the Send Assistant are completed, your default mail
application will start displaying your bug report. Your message should include a file named bugreport.txt (and a file screenshot.png if you selected the option to include a screenshot earlier). If everything looks OK, simply send this message as you normally would in your e-mail client.

4.3. Sending bug reports manually by e-mail
If you prefer sending your bug reports manually, please send your problem report, one per found issue, to bugs@bytek.se.

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