Yes, both files are in the same directory, c:\pegasus\programs, the directory of Pegasus. The installation is on Windows XP (English) and I have read/write acces to news mail directory (c:\correo). All are disk formatted with NTFS and my user belong to group Administrators, it have all rights.
I think the problem is the double back slash in the path. Is an idea ...
Just a question/suggestion Have you tried SqlLite instead of MySql? The reason I ask is because Pegasus Mail uses SqlLite for SpamHalter databasing, so the database engine is already being distributed and installed. MySql on the other hand is enormous and complex. I use both but for simple applications SqlLite wins every time.
[quote user="Michael Robertson"]Why is it a good thing that Pegasus Mail be made "hard to close"?[/quote]
On the other hand, I've read posts in certain threads about settings that wouldn't stick, the alleged reason being that Pegasus was not closed "properly", the proper way being: click File | Exit. If Pegasus is made hard to close, the closing method just described is the only way to close it.[/quote]
Interesting. I must admit, I've made changes to Pegasus Mail in the past without exiting "properly" and so far they seem to stick.[/quote]
It's just one of these inextinguishable myths that there's a difference: If Pegasus Mail doesn't store its settings properly on shutdown there is some irregularity like a silent (i.e. without error message) crash involved, otherwise it really doesn't matter how you close it.