Community technical support mailing list was retired 2010 and replaced with a professional technical support team. For assistance please contact: Pre-sales Technical support via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I managed to divert the email to an unused username by hand editing the file attributes xml file. But when I tried this trick in notify: ALL F:/cvsbin/devnull.bat $USER $CVSROOT %s Then the system stopped sending the emails... but only after quite a while.. apparently it takes some time for changes in this file to take effect? the system then presented the cvs users with the following message: the system can not find the file specified... I realized that this file was my devnull.bat .... even though I called it in the same way as cvsmailer. Here is the line it should have replaced in the notify file: DEFAULT C:/Programs/cvsmailer/CVSMailer.exe -n$CVSPID $USER $CVSROOT %s I had to reinsert this line to avoid the file not found message. The system continues to surprise me. I think I will try to just avoid specifying anything in the notify file and see if that solves it. TIA Thomas 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