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    Posted: 02 July 2003 at 1:20am

My v169 installation loses entries that I make in the Domains and ToEmails blacklists. This has happened several times. As I've been installing the Quarantine DB and MySQL, I've rebooted a number of times. Thus I am not sure if this config loss occurs while the system is running or as a result of a reboot or service restart. I did a quick search on the forum looking for "lost configuration" and some variations - not thorough, but pull up anything. Has this been experienced elsewhere? reported? fixed in a subsequent release? I'll do more in depth looking after I've checked out my db config, but didn't want to burn time if it's a known / fixed item. Please let me know if it is.

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Robert

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I've done some additional testing, and the problem appears to be resolved once I manually create files in the install directory, and then select those files in the UI. I was not successful specifying file names from the UI, although I only put in a filename - not a fully qualified path and filename. Once the created file has been selected, changes made and saved via the UI appear to all be saved. Thus I believe that the problem lies in (1) not having a file - one is not automatically created as the text on the dialogue suggests, and (2) creation of a file doesn't work in the obvious way - perhaps the process should be changed to only create / look in the install directory?

Hope that this is useful.

Tx,

Robert

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