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#1
That would make things much more user friendly.
Can I also add that a list of rep given would be handy?
#2
There are a few PM readers available, have you tried any of them?

Here's one:



http://www.softpedia.com/get/Internet/Other-Internet-Related/vBulletin-PM-Reader.shtml

[B]vBulletin PM Reader description[/B]
vBulletin PM Reader - Free utility for managing your private messages in different vBulletin forums

Many online forums use vBulletin as their forum engine. For each forum user, vBulletin provides a limited inbox for private messages.

vBulletin PM Reader also lets users to download their inbox as a single XML file. vBulletin PM Reader is a free utility for managing your private messages in different vBulletin forums locally.

vBulletin PM Reader imports XML files generated by vBulletin, parses all the messages, and stores them in a local database.

vBulletin PM Reader can recognize BBCode formatting tags and smilies in messages and generate appropriate text formatting for them in its preview pane and exported HTML files.

Different smilies sets could be assigned to different forum data files.

vBulletin PM Reader imports XML files generated by vBulletin, parses all the messages, and stores them in a local database.
#3
Or this one:
http://www.discount-softwares.com/soft/Internet/Communication_Software/14975_vbulletin_pm_reader.htm


Many online forums use vBulletin as their forum engine. For each forum user, vBulletin provides a limited inbox for private messages. It also lets users to download their inbox as a single XML file. vBulletin PM Reader is a free utility for managing your private messages in different vBulletin forums locally. It imports XML files generated by vBulletin, parses all the messages, and stores them in a local database.
#4
Thanks Rayman, I'll give them a try. :)

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