[ZendTo] Re: Configuration in database

Jules Jules at Zend.To
Thu Jul 7 11:01:43 BST 2011

Would you be just reading the configuration from the database into 
ZendTo? If so, then all we need is a script to generate preferences.php 
from a database, which would be simple enough. Changes to 
preferences.php take effect immediately.


On 05/07/2011 23:32, --[ UxBoD ]-- wrote:
> Jules,
> how much would it take to store the configuration eg. max upload 
> file/dropoff size in a MySQL database? This would be a great 
> enhancement and allow the data to be shared with MailScanner ;)
> -- 
> Thanks, Phil
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