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Being a noob, I am sure there is a simple solution to this, I just can't find it.

I have a PBEM game in slot 3. I want to start another PBEM game in another slot. No problem, got it. BUT what about the replay slot (1 I think). The replays will overwrite each other. Is there is simple, non "geek" solution to this?
SO I guess what my question boils down to is this: How do you save replays in different slots in order to preserve them?

Thanks!
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You don't.
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Save the email with the replay turn.
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Okay, maybe I am not clear. If I am playing the Japanese side and I get both game's turns on the same day. The first one I open will generate the replay. Do my turn send if off.

Then, the open the second, new replay generated over the other, do my turn, send it back.

Sound like a plan?
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yes.
However, you could zip up the replay AND the return save into one file, and send that back. That way you have a pair of files in case the other player doesn't get back (or loses) the saves.
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