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Some Sites Are OK and Working With FP2k While Others are not

Some Sites Are OK and Working With FP2k While Others are not

Some Sites Are OK and Working With FP2k While Others are not

Hello i am using nt4.0 iis4, with FP2k, Some of the sites are working fine but just recently a new site that we have put up doesn't seem to be working right, i have removed and deleted the site completely off the server and out of iis and then re set it up and it still has the following error

[FrontPage Save Results Component]  
is displayed on the pages and the send mail portion of the site is not working  could some one please give me a Idea of where there might be a problem


RE: Some Sites Are OK and Working With FP2k While Others are not

Hello There:

I am writing this note not because I have a solution, but because I have had the same problem several times.  I have spoken with my hosting service and have been told that as a web designer, I am doing something wrong.  I believe though that it is the hosting service, and perhaps their relative unfamiliarity with FrontPage, that does not have the FrontPage Extensions properly or completely installed.  In fact, I am having the same problem at this time and will call the hosting service as soon as they open their doors.

Well, I know that this didn't help you with your problem, except to know that there are others going through the same difficulty.  I will you notify as soon as I figure out what is causing this error message.

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