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  1. Ok. Thanks. I removed one old email address I had as a link. I'm guessing that's where they got it.
  2. Someone or ones have taken my domain name and are using it to send spam. ie. there are a lot of returns from someoneidontknow@mytchdomainname.com. I'm getting several thousands of these in the span of a few minutes. Is there anything that I can do? Thanks.
  3. Ok. A step away from the comp and a complete reinstall with special attention to the ASCII stuff, the dadafile with no underscore, and all permissions worked. Likely, it was as you say - that the ASCII installations were not consistent throughout. I hadn't even heard of binary vs ascii ftp stuff until today. Thanks for the help!
  4. nope, that wasn't it. Hmm... well, maybe - I might have done parts of it one way and other parts the binary way. I'll try to redo the whole thing again, but I"m going to have to take a break for a while. Thanks for the help!
  5. hmm, good thought. Let me check....
  6. Ah, thanks for the welcome! Umm, so I've run into the next problem as is the course of things like this. Maybe it's because I'm distracting myself with Aqua Teen Hunger Force in the background. I'm not willing to fix that, however. So, here's the next situation: I set up a list. When asked to type in a password or create a new list it goes to a server error 500. The Error FAQ suggests chmodding "dadafiles" to 777. It does not fix the problem, however. I'm not going through the advanced setup so I haven't altered any other files. Any help is again appreciated.
  7. Ok. Forget it. I fixed it - it was the ASCII thing. I also just assumed that SmartFTP would default correctly. So, in summation, the way to fix any computing problem, is to go nuts for hours trying to fix something, then post on a message board, then several minutes later figure it out by method of epiphany, or at least do something that was already suggested.
  8. Seems this post went around about a year and half ago, but I'm coming into these problems now, too. Any help is much appreciated. I've gone over these posts: http://www.totalchoicehosting.com/forums/i...showtopic=13520 http://www.totalchoicehosting.com/forums/i...installing+dada http://mojo.skazat.com/installation/ and come up with a server error 500 on a nice dada mail/welcome to dada mail screen. As with Thomas I did the config.pm thing, I uploaded DADA and mail.cgi into dada (which in turn is in the cgi-bin directory) (which in turn is in the public_html dir). I set the permissions as I believe they stated they should be. Also, I checked case-sensitivities and found everything to be as they should. I also renamed dada_files to dadafiles after Stephanie's problems. I'm using version 2.10.7. Any other help/suggestions would be most appreciated. Thx! -KD
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