Apparently on the Administration Panel, under "Status," if you go the "Server Warnings" box and select a warning and then click the "show" button, it pops up another box that doesn't have a way of being closed other than hitting the enter key.
I haven't actually done this so I don't know.
thats very good Carl.
Martin. Sorry if this was unclear. (must be the late night!)
In the 287 "Status, Server Messages, Show," then the message pops up in a small window (i had one about ports I think. Brain fade as that was yesterday!) Anyway there was no getting rid of the message, no close/ok/cancel button, right click the top bar and no close, escape didnt do it, until i accidentally pressed enter and it went. Any way it was only the one message and no more messages since then. Very minor.
About logging, excellent into the text file. However the live "status, logging, start" is very basic. I have used Baretail which is a text viewer that all ways scrolls to the bottom of a text file and can reload every second or so automatically. that would be a nice way to see what the hmailserver is really doing on an ongoing basis but as hmailserver creates a new named log on each day with a different name its impossible to use baretail on a continuous basis. In Hmailserver if you start logging then check something else and come back to logging under the status window there is nothing.
Is it possible another window all together that pops up when show logging is active that either has all the current details scrolling down that would allow check/change/add user or such like to remain the log window open? Or a generic constant name for the log until the day rolls over when the old log is renamed and a new one created?
As i said under a different post as an admin of an email server you want to see whats coming in, whats queued going out and whats queued for collection by users/ or to be collected by individual users, as well as almost a heartbeat to see the server is ticking along and what she is doing now.
Just a couple of hopefull helpfull ideas.
Unfortunately while the guts of my workplace present email server (that i hate and want to replace, hate dure to performance) it has some very nice interface and user features.