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> Is it just notify you want him to be excluded from? > If you want him to be totally excluded and you are > using CVSMailer then > I believe that you could do the following: > Remove his entry from the CVSROOT/users file > Then his email will not be available and CVSMailer will > skip him from > the sender list. > Best regards, > Bo Berglund Yes, I use CVSMailer. Sadly, that is not an option. I am also using commitinfo as email trigger, and the user wants information from other projects that is triggered though commitinfo. I tried to just add an ALL EXIT 0 in the notify file in CVSROOT, because it was my belief that it is though this that watches in cvsnt calls cvsmailer. But it doesnt change anything. I then tried to make a devnull.bat file that just calls EXIT 0 and then tried to use that in the notify file.. same result. But perhaps it could be possible to somehow configure cvsmailer to stop responding to notify requests and just respond to calls from commitinfo and taginfo? Trænger du til at se det store billede? Kelkoo giver dig gode tilbud på LCD TV! Se her http://dk.yahoo.com/r/pat/lcd