[Spambayes] A bit More Detail On The Command

Tony Meyer tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Sun Jul 25 04:08:30 CEST 2004


> I use roaming profiles for the folks at work, and
> have read the trouble shooting guide under multiple
> users.  I have tried to launch what was typed in the
> command line at the DOS level, but I don't have enough
> experience to know the correct command.

The correct command is the one in the troubleshooting guide <0.5 wink>.

[...]
> To register SpamBayes in this way, you must log on
> as a user with permissions to modify the system
> registry, then execute the command (which command
> and in what program or interface...  DOS prompt?)
>  (obviously with the correct path substituted):
>    "c:\Program Files\SpamBayes\bin\outlook_addin_register.exe"
> hkey_local_machine

Which command: the command that follows the colon, i.e. "C:\Program
Files\SpamBayes\bin\outlook_addin\register.exe hkey_local_machine".  If you
installed SpamBayes somewhere other than "C:\Program Files\SpamBayes", then
you'll need to adjust it correspondingly.

What program/interface: whatever your preferred method is.  Yes, you can do
this in a DOS/Command Prompt.  You could also use Start->Run, or create a
shortcut to the exe, change the shortcut's parameters to pass the
"hkey_local_machine" and double-click it.  Or use various other methods.
Whatever suits you best.

=Tony Meyer

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