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icon3.gif   Improved display speed, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Jul 23 15:59:55 2002 
Version 2.0.5 of elog has been released today. Among various bugfixes, the 
display speed for threaded lists has been improved significantly. Display 
all messages of this forum and press the reload button to see the 
icon5.gif   change the Email From address used when sending notifications, posted by WootenE on Tue Jul 16 15:19:08 2002 
Is there a way to change the From address used when sending notifications 
from ELOG?   I was hoping there might be another attribute that would go 
along with the smtp host section.
    icon2.gif   Re: change the Email From address used when sending notifications, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Jul 23 09:16:01 2002 
> Is there a way to change the From address used when sending notifications 
> from ELOG?   I was hoping there might be another attribute that would go 
> along with the smtp host section.
icon4.gif   Port specification with -p fails under RedHat Linux (2.0.4-1), posted by Joeri Mastop on Mon Jul 15 14:09:30 2002 
Hello,

I noticed a strange behaviour with Elog 2.0.4 (i386 RPM) in Linux (RH 7.2). 
    icon3.gif   Re: Port specification with -p fails (SOLVED, more or less), posted by Joeri Mastop on Mon Jul 15 15:05:22 2002 
> Anyone seen similar problems? 
Probably not if you read the config file, 'cause I didn't. Shame on me...
       icon2.gif   Re: Port specification with -p fails (SOLVED, more or less), posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Jul 23 09:12:14 2002 
> > Anyone seen similar problems? 
> Probably not if you read the config file, 'cause I didn't. Shame on me...
icon4.gif   Reverse sort, threaded display fails when there is only 1 entry in logbook, posted by Ravi Pappu on Sun Jul 14 15:15:19 2002 


This is not a serious bug...but when the global settings are as follows
    icon2.gif   Re: Reverse sort, threaded display fails when there is only 1 entry in logbook, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Jul 17 14:53:18 2002 


> This is not a serious bug...but when the global settings are as follows
icon4.gif   last x link TEXT, posted by H. Scheit on Fri Jul 12 10:18:21 2002 

The last x link TEXT now shows up like this
    icon2.gif   Re: last x link TEXT, posted by Stefan Ritt on Fri Jul 12 10:26:40 2002 
> The last x link TEXT now shows up like this

>    'Last 20 entries?mode=threaded'
icon4.gif   entry number not updated properly after deleting, posted by mo on Thu Jul 11 15:59:17 2002 
Hello,
    If you delete a message from the middle of a logbook that contains a 
bunch of messages, the message numbers do not get updated properly.  For 
    icon3.gif   Re: entry number not updated properly after deleting, posted by Stefan Ritt on Thu Jul 11 16:03:56 2002 
> Hello,
>     If you delete a message from the middle of a logbook that contains a 
> bunch of messages, the message numbers do not get updated properly.  For 
icon4.gif   elog submit without user and password, posted by H. Scheit on Mon Jul 8 19:42:13 2002 
With elog it is possible to submit messages to a password protected
logbook without specifying the -u option.  I.e. NO PASSWORD is
necessary to submit a message.  I assume it is related to the problem
    icon2.gif   Re: elog submit without user and password, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Jul 9 10:58:18 2002 
> With elog it is possible to submit messages to a password protected
> logbook without specifying the -u option.  I.e. NO PASSWORD is
> necessary to submit a message.  I assume it is related to the problem
       icon2.gif   Re: elog submit without user and password, posted by H. Scheit on Tue Jul 9 15:28:33 2002 
> > With elog it is possible to submit messages to a password protected
> > logbook without specifying the -u option.  I.e. NO PASSWORD is
> > necessary to submit a message.  I assume it is related to the problem
          icon2.gif   Re: elog submit without user and password, posted by Stefan Ritt on Wed Jul 10 08:53:21 2002 
> I guess it cannot and doesn't have to be 100% save.  Maybe if the web
> interface is used for a new message a long random number (let's call
> it newID) can be included, which elog remembers for some time (say 1
icon5.gif   problem saving elogd.cfg, posted by Mo on Mon Jul 8 17:18:05 2002 
In version 2.0.4 of eLog I was having some problems with saving my 
configuration file once I edited it on the web using the config. command.
I keep getting the message "Cannot open file %s: elogd.cfg".  I made sure 
    icon2.gif   Re: problem saving elogd.cfg, posted by Stefan Ritt on Tue Jul 9 09:25:41 2002 
> In version 2.0.4 of eLog I was having some problems with saving my 
> configuration file once I edited it on the web using the config. command.
> I keep getting the message "Cannot open file %s: elogd.cfg".  I made sure 
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