> Is there a graceful way to get the mail queue to process under Win32?
You should be able to create a scheduled task on Windows XP, and have that task
call a batch file or something, which in turn would call the mail queue process
> Also, I've noticed that execution of process_mail_queue.php
> causes a 0-byte
> file to be created in my temp dir with the name
> sess_<PHPSESSID> and no file
> extension. (example: sess_cbe0b8d08cf6d741eb2b76f506289ead)
> Is this supposed
> to happen? Does it ever have any content? Is it possible to
> disable their
> creation? When you're running it every minute, the files
> create a bit of a
> clutter :)
This is simply PHP creating a session file, and you can ignore that. PHP is
supposed to remove those files every so often.
> Lastly, for some reason, not all issues are showing up for all users.
> Looking at the same project with two different admin users,
> one can only see
> two issues on the "list issues" page, while the other can see
> all five.
> (Yes, filtering is off.) Both users see all issues if I go to
> the "reports"
> section. Any ideas?
Are you sure that they both have the same filtering options? Try removing all
cookies from both browsers, and then check if the problem is still happening.