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Upgrade to CleanMail from NST v3.2.3.1 [message #2016] Mon, 20 July 2009 15:12
WaveJam
Messages: 22
Registered: June 2005
Junior Member
I'm getting ready to upgrade but before I do, I think I need some clarification. I noted that there is mention to leave your NST in place and allow CleanMail to upgrade. Which is great but, when you start the CleanMail install, it prompts you (by default) to install into a directory called "CleanMail". If your NST is running in the default "No Spam Today!" directory, do we point the CleanMail install to the "No Spam Today!" directory? Or, do we allow it to create the "CleanMail" directory? And if we do create the new directory, does it import configs from the old directory into the new?

I don't really care what directory its in. So, with that said, what is the preference?

Thanks.



Post Edited (07-20-09 15:26)


WaveJam Technologies, LLC.
Frederick, MD. USA
www.wavejam.com
Re: Upgrade to CleanMail from NST v3.2.3.1 [message #2017 is a reply to message #2016] Mon, 20 July 2009 15:28 Go to previous message
support
Messages: 919
Registered: April 2004
Senior Member
> I'm getting ready to upgrade but before I do, I think I need
> some clarification. I noted that there is mention to leave you
> NST in place and allow CleanMail to upgrade. Which is great
> but, when you start the CleanMail install, it prompts you (by
> default) to install into a directory called "CleanMail". If
> your NST is running in the default "No Spam Today!" directory,
> do we point the CleanMail install to the "No Spam Today!"
> directory? Or, do we allow it to create the "CleanMail"
> directory? And if we do create the new directory, does it
> import configs from the old directory into the new?
>
> I don't really care what directory its in. So, with that said,
> what is the preference?

We recommend to install CleanMail into its own folder.
The installer will take care that your settings will be transferred from the NoSpamToday folder to the new CleanMail folder.



Customer Support
Byteplant GmbH
Re: Upgrade to CleanMail from NST v3.2.3.1 [message #2018 is a reply to message #2017] Mon, 20 July 2009 15:35 Go to previous message
WaveJam
Messages: 22
Registered: June 2005
Junior Member
Thanks.. That's what I was hoping to hear...



WaveJam Technologies, LLC.
Frederick, MD. USA
www.wavejam.com
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