I smell progress

The change from one email system to another is going well. If you’ve been praying for my team and me during this time, I want you to know that your prayers have been heard and honored. We’ve done about 45% of the accounts now, and I expect progress to pick up in November when two volunteers return. These fellows are hardworking men, and I can’t thank God enough for sending them our way to supplement our year-round staff.

Keep praying for all the Wycliffe members who have yet to “migrate”, as well as those who have already gone through the process. Everyone has questions and concerns – before and after – and it’s hard for our small staff to give each person individualized attention. I’m thankful that God led me to a free tool that does a fantastic job of moving email folders and messages to the new system. The imapsync program makes short work of even large email accounts.

Our department is going to thank the imapsync developer, Gilles Lamiral, by fulfilling a few things from his wish list at Amazon.com. The tool he offers freely has saved us hours and hours of work and anguish. You could help us, and stun him with our thankfulness, if you gave something from the list as well. After all, Christian giving should be fun.

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David Liddle

I grew up outside of Philadelphia in Media, PA, and graduated from The Citadel in 1994. I joined Wycliffe Bible Translators in 1995 and went to Africa for the first time in 1997. Katherine and I were married in November 1998.