Isn't there a setting somewhere called byte by byte comparison?  I think that
is for the verify but I wonder if it would help what you are doing.
(just thinking out loud)
Tim


Jon Gardner wrote:

> on 10/17/00 11:42 AM, Matt Barkdull at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
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> > Do you have the mail function of ASIP running?
> >
> > Do you have a filter set in Retrospect to not backup the mail folder?
> >
> > I can guaranty that if you are trying to backup that folder, that's
> > where it is locking up.  Mine did the same thing.
>
> Yes, we're running the mailserver, but we've always backed up that file and
> it's never caused problems before now. Plus, the log shows 88 files/12Mb
> remaining to backup, and the mail database is close to 700Mb, so that's not
> the file that's dying. I suspect it is a preference file, but I'd rather use
> the sharpshooter approach rather than the shotgun approach.
>
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