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    Posted: 13 September 2008 at 11:08pm

Running Version: 4.0.1.785 (Registered)

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I have setup IIS (using ASP) Pointed home directory to "C:\Program Files\SpamFilter\SpamFilterWeb" also altered port for internal reasons

Adjusted db_connect file
 
when i go to http://server:85/ i get redirected to http://tvpc:85/classicasp/classicasp/login.asp and get a file not exist message (i have turned off friendly messages) obviously this directory structure does not exist. as there are one too many classicasp's. i assume this is coming from one of the includes.
Also you talk about authentication coming from a tbllogins file however What authentication type do i set in the "User Authentication" tab of sf as it is currently set to "none"
 
if it helps i have posted the site to http://mail.ntbm.com.au:85
 
The manuals talk about being able to self register an email but i cant see how?
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Sorry didnt notice the link on the download page for the ASP/PHP versions. Downloaded the new version and installed and now all is good.
 
I am going to have a fair ugrade to do with the ASP code to allow several other features, i noted in the Web forum it appears that someone has allready done an upgrade albeit a long time ago, do you know if his code is still arround and if it is still current?
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