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Well...if it continues to function in this way it is wrong. Take this board for instance, when you post a message in a forum, or reply to the message, you can go back to the forum index and see that "rosko" or "DavidPhillips" was the last user to post a message in the forum, WITHOUT having to hit CTRL F5 on either of my browsers. Same goes for any other forum I have been to. But mine doesn't function that way. I'll try setting up the email server and hopefully that will cure the problem.
Do you think I should use this....and put my domains in the config file for nocache???
# To enable the cache as well, edit and uncomment the following lines:
# (no cacheing without CacheRoot)
#NoCache a-domain.com another-domain.edu joes.garage-sale.com
I'm assuming by default it's nocache anyway, just thought I'd ask.
Dave, I'm not sure how it's working right for you. I had another user test this and he said the same thing you did....basically the php pages are not updating the content. I can post a new message, then logout of the browser, and go back in and I never see the message until I refresh. On any other forum this works right, on mine it doesn't. I'm wondering if I install the forum incorrectly, aside from the email server portion.
So if I have this correct, you think installing my mail server will cure the issue possibly? I tried changing my cache settings in mozilla and IE 6, but they react the same way......not updating the DB info such as new posts
Oh, and what problems might I have with squid on? I know you mentioned that earlier..
I'm installing a brand new copy on a different domain, gonna create a new database and see how it goes. I'll keep you posted. I just checked and I don't have squid running, it's installed but not running.