^Not sure either, but there are two paid alternatives available to me… TelePort Ultra and Portable Offline Browser.
If someone have all the different domain/subdomain names, I can give it a shot. What I do know is that since we enter the site straight into a forum, this will be a messy offlining project as it will go on until it bites itself in the tail or fail before starting for the most.
If anyone else would like to give it a go using HTTrack, here are some more info:
The structure on disk will be messy if files are hosted in other locations. This is so because you must include everything possible in terms of info and binaries to not loose anything and so extensions matching a list must be accepted also from other servers. Here is my common list:
This list should have other extentions added or some remove depending on the nature of the site added and so naturally, .mp3, .mid, .flac, .ogg, .sf2 and others will be added to the line for a music site, and for an Amiga related site, .dms, .lzh, .lha, .adf…
I also know that the only packer to use to archive websites is 7zip and usually not Zip as the difference can be like this actual example on my harddrive:
Get my drift? The difference can be huge, but depends on the contents of the site of course…
EDIT: It should be mentioned that I offline old sites usually and so the archive formats include quite a few obsolete ones