I'm running into some problems with cgi-bin/perl a site after the hosting service had an outage. This is not my cup of tea, so be nice. I have dadamail/mojomail running fine on a bunch of sites. To install it you upload to cgi-bin and update some config files. Sometimes you have to check/fix directory/file permissions - mostly 755 for directories and 644 for files, except mail.cgi which is executable. On all the sites where it is working cgi-bin is under webroot - i.e. /home/myaccount/www/cgi-bin Here it was sitting at /home/myaccount/cgi-bin. This wasn't about to work, so I created it under www. I set up everything mimicing a site where I'd recently installed dadamail 3.0 (latest) but accessing mail.cgi displays a blank page. Not knowing too much about perl, I found a copy of hello world via google and placed it in the same folder, making it executable. All it does is display the contents of the file: #!/usr/bin/perl print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"; print "<H1>Hello World</H1>\n"; On my site it prints Hello World. So, I'm guessing that it's either a problem with perl or perhaps the path to perl. Other question, other than the fact that cgi-bin typically resides under www, is there anything particular about it? Over.... -- Bob Meetin www.dottedi.biz 303-926-0167 Hook up with me on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Plaxo Pulse and Bebo or catch my blog at www.dottedi.biz/blog.php Standards - you gotta love em - there are so many to choose from!