Dear forum members, First off, nice April's Fools day theme, with everything in black and white. I love it. Reminiscent of days gone by. I have a kind of a simple question which I am almost ashamed to ask, but I have searched for the answer via Google and on this forum, but to no avail. A minor background detail: I am using Mozy and backing up 9GB of data (80,000 files) for the first time. It went slowly at around 20KB/s and about 5 days later, I have only 1GB left, but still 30,000 files! Due to the way stupid Mozy is designed, it transfers only one file at a time, as opposed to a data block. So the smaller the file, the greater the percentage of overhead, and the greater the interruptions to a stable transfer. So much so that I am transferring at 2KB/s! Suddenly, 20 hours left has turned into 10 days left! I noticed that Mozy is uploading these tiny files named "nnnnn.emlx..." where nnnnn are 5-digit numbers and "..." is where Mozy truncates the name, and I am unsure what it is. The problem: Since I have no idea what these files are, I decided to look up which folder they belong to and whether I can simple skip these tiny files that seem to serve little purpose. How do I do that? I tried to enter "*.emlx" in both Finder's search and Spotlight, but it insists no items are found. That's not possible because I see them being uploaded. Conclusion: So the question is, how do I find a filename in Leopard, where I only have the middle of the file name, in this case "*.emlx*"? Thanks a lot!