> I have my Bat configured to store all mail on an internal separate > drive different from the Os.
Same here > This drive appears to have issues I want to remove it before checking > it out further or replacing it. At the moment it still works and I > have a full backup. > If I change the directory for mail to my OS drive for now - will this > only affect new messages? In other words if I revert back to my old > setup tomorrow either with a new harddrive or convinced that the error > message can be ignored, I would "only" not have today's emails in my > folder history Yes you can revert. You can save out any new messages and import them to the new location. If you are taking it into the shop,just copy the data folder to your OS drive and put it back when you get the drive situation figured out -- Rick We have no reason to ask when sorrow comes,"Why did this happen to me?"unless we ask the same question for every moment of happiness that comes our way ________________________________________________ Current version is 7.1 | 'Using TBUDL' information: http://www.silverstones.com/thebat/TBUDLInfo.html