[Spambayes] Compiled proxy as exe
d.bakin at comcast.net
Tue Sep 30 20:59:40 EDT 2003
To run the proxy as a service I needed to go to Services (Control
Panel/Administrative Tools/Services) and set the login account of the
service to my login account - it got installed as Local System which doesn't
have access to networking. I'm running XP Pro but I think the same goes for
XP Home. If your control panel doesn't have "Administrative Tools" try this
at the Start/Run:
(For %SystemRoot% substitute where you have Windows installed, usually
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Hammond" <mhammond at skippinet.com.au>
To: "'Stefan Grönberg'" <stefan at tspse.net>; <spambayes at python.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 30, 2003 4:41 PM
Subject: RE: [Spambayes] Compiled proxy as exe
> > Could it be any chance to get the pop3proxy
> > compiled as an exe?
> We have done this, but just don't want the extra pain it will cause us :)
> We need a "champion" or 2 who would be the "point person" for it. Any
> > Because i tried to get it running under Windows Xp Home Edition,
> > and it just complains about something (forgot to copy that)
> The "compiled" version is likely to work (and fail) in the same way as the
> source code version, so you are likely to have the same problem.
> > and is there a way compleatle being able to remove spambayes
> > outlook-addin
> > from..outlook?
> > because it makes the loading/start-time get around 20 secs
> > instead of 1-3
> > secs to start.
> Control Panel->Add Remove Programs will remove it, but you must delete the
> SpamBayes toolbar in Outlook manually.
> Are you sure SpamBayes is responsible for that slowdown? No one else
> reports anything similar.
> Spambayes at python.org
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