[Spambayes] Undo for spambayes

Meyer, Tony T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz
Sat Sep 6 15:45:33 EDT 2003

> My understanding of the program is that the database is 
> stored in the application data folder.

By default, yes.

> If we use profiles and redirected folders, and the application
> data is stored on the file server, is there a problem installing
> Spambayes on different PC's that are used by the same user with
> the same login, and have access to the same mailbox and user settings 
> from different locations within the internal LAN?

There shouldn't be, no, as long as SpamBayes can access the files in the
data directory, then it should work fine.

> I realize that when I installed Spambays at home, the 
> database directory remained local to the PC, as redirected 
> files and user profiles do not initiate when connecting 
> through VPN over the Internet. Is there a problem with 
> leaving this setup in place, and in effect having two 
> different databases (one on the local home PC and one on the 
> file server), or should I uninstall the one I have at home?

You should be fine having two separate databases; it's just two
different users, really.

=Tony Meyer

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