> > > the mysql list). Put simply, you can specify which port you want MySQL
> > > use. However if the ISP only allows certain ports, eg SMTP, HTTP,
> > > you're already using those ports, then you're stuck up a creek.
> > >
> > > Of course you can always ask your ISP to unblock that port. Why are
> > > _they_ firewalling _your_ network anyway?
> > Sorry for the confusing...the "ISP" is the hosting company where my
> > client's web site hosted. That's why I need a php solution for this...
> OK, export mysql tables to CSV, import into Access.
okay thanks a lot!
> Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
> Open Source Software Systems Integrators
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