What applications do these files belong to?

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  1. celticpride678

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    #1
    I am cleaning my hard drive before upgrading to Snow Leopard and came across a few folders/files that I have questions about (What application does it belong too?, Safe to remove?):

    1. OfflineCache.database
    2. iPhone Remote
    3. Google Software Update (I know what it is, but safe to remove?)
    4. Google Keystone
    5.org.amavis.amavisd.plist
    org.amavis.amavisd_cleanup.plist
    6. FLEXnet Publisher

    Thanks for the help!
     
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    So, iPhone Remote and Google Software update. Sorry, I edited the post. Could you please post again. Thanks.
     
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    2, 3, 4 and 6. Those are apps so they'll be safe to remove. I wouldn't delete any files, especially .plist files
     
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    Alright. Thanks. I removed 2,3 and 4, but not 6. I am just wondering what it does. Maybe it is something that I have installed and still need? Any ideas? iPhone Remote is a 3rd Party Application and I know it because it is on Google Code (must have downloaded it sometime). Google Software Update is not anything I need. Google Keystone apparently works with Google Software Update and I removed that. Just number 1,5 and 6 are the ones I am thinking about. Any ideas? Thanks.
     

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