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How to Export and Import MDaemon Content Fileter Rules

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Good Day!

I am facing a problem in MDaemon ver 6.5 in exporting and importing MDaemon Content Filter rules. Could any one help me out that would I export and import Content Filter Rules.

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Farhan Qamar
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Need a bit more information.  What are you trying to achieve?  Why are you "importing" and "exporting"?  The rules are contained in the text file MDaemon\App\CFRules.dat so that can just be copied to another installation.

However, I started using MDaemon with version 7, so I don't know what the differences might be.  But as we are on version 9 now and there have been no changes to content filters, I'll bet version 6 is the same.

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