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    SaslPrepProfile_norm_bidi.spp in trash?
    hey, my mac has put a file called SaslPrepProfile_norm_bidi.spp in the trash, I want to know if I can delete it or not? Is it important? Thanks.

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    From a little help from google, (your best friend) it seems to be a resource file from Adobe Reader 9 .......

    Have a look HERE and its in Alphabetical Order .....

    As to if its important ??? Well i googled the Path under the Actual file name and bought me to a McFee site HERE and something about a Virus ??

    Are you running windows via bootcamp or parallels ??
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    I got the same search results TM got and it seems to be part of Adobe Acrobat for Windows. Do you have Windows Via Bootcamp or a VM installed?

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    I don't run windows or bootcamp, just OSX. I think I'll just delete it and hope for the best..

    Cheers guys

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    It's very possible the OSX version of Adobe Acrobat uses that file also. Go for it.

    You do have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed though correct?

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    I've deleted it now, turned my mac off and on again, and everything seems fine. I can open Adobe files so all seems well. I dislike it when my mac puts random files in the bin, it worries me.. Oh well.

    Thanks again x

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    All is good then..... Glad we could help and most of all that your Mac is ok

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