Caching of Internet Pages



Steve
07-09-2005, 11:41 PM
Just a bit of background first:

I sent a package last week with a company that will remain nameless. As of
last Friday it seemed that the package was one day away from its destination
based on the online tracking. Now today when I check, it is suddenly 2
steps back and not even close to the destination. Is there anyway of
checking to see if this page still exists on my computer? I have check
temporary internet files but cannot find it the exact page that should the
info(although I can find every other page I visited). I would like to find
it to show the company as some proof. Any help would be appreciated.

Larry(LJL269)
07-09-2005, 11:41 PM
U can do that if the new page has a different url than
the old page. Most online tracking r generated on their
server & would not be available tho.

Look in C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Recent .

I did it 1x to find a sale page from Office Depot more
favorable than their current ad. They honored the
original offer!!!

HTH-Larry

On Mon, 23 May 2005 22:09:53 -0600, "Steve"
<mrgrocery@hotmail.cm> wrote:

|Just a bit of background first:
|
|I sent a package last week with a company that will remain nameless. As of
|last Friday it seemed that the package was one day away from its destination
|based on the online tracking. Now today when I check, it is suddenly 2
|steps back and not even close to the destination. Is there anyway of
|checking to see if this page still exists on my computer? I have check
|temporary internet files but cannot find it the exact page that should the
|info(although I can find every other page I visited). I would like to find
|it to show the company as some proof. Any help would be appreciated.
|

Any advise is my attempt to contribute more than I have received but I can only assure you that it works on my PC. GOOD LUCK.

Steve
07-09-2005, 11:42 PM
Thanks, for whatever reason, there is only a recent file for the default
user and not my user name.

"Larry(LJL269)" <NO@EMAIL.COM> wrote in message
news:6ve591t8t1ok0fklnvcbvcgrqjg154bl0h@4ax.com...
>U can do that if the new page has a different url than
> the old page. Most online tracking r generated on their
> server & would not be available tho.
>
> Look in C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Recent .
>
> I did it 1x to find a sale page from Office Depot more
> favorable than their current ad. They honored the
> original offer!!!
>
> HTH-Larry
>
> On Mon, 23 May 2005 22:09:53 -0600, "Steve"
> <mrgrocery@hotmail.cm> wrote:
>
> |Just a bit of background first:
> |
> |I sent a package last week with a company that will remain nameless. As
> of
> |last Friday it seemed that the package was one day away from its
> destination
> |based on the online tracking. Now today when I check, it is suddenly 2
> |steps back and not even close to the destination. Is there anyway of
> |checking to see if this page still exists on my computer? I have check
> |temporary internet files but cannot find it the exact page that should
> the
> |info(although I can find every other page I visited). I would like to
> find
> |it to show the company as some proof. Any help would be appreciated.
> |
>
> Any advise is my attempt to contribute more than I have received but I can
> only assure you that it works on my PC. GOOD LUCK.


Caching of Internet Pages