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Hi Jan, > Does your CVSMailer experience the trouble also for any directory or files > that have "normal" names ("normal" means that comply with the thumb rule > above) ? No... even in "not normal folder"'s parent, the CVSMailer works fine. I was thinking... the CVSNT is running on a Windows 2003 machine. Maybe access wright would be the problem? Regards, Evandro Dugnani