exporting w/ relative pathnames?

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Jonathan 01/27/2004 01:44 am
Hi. I`ve been testing OE & wish to export with "contents" file (html doc with link) that refers in relative paths rather than the fully-qualified pathnames that OE uses by default. Is this possible? Thanks.

-Jonathan

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Oleg Chernavin 01/27/2004 03:39 am
There are no fully-qualified paths in all exported or downloaded files. All paths are relative only. So, you can easily relocate files to any place and all links will be still working.

It is MS Internet Explorer which shows absolute paths all the time, even if they are relative inside files. You can see this if you choose "View Source" of any file.

Thank you for the comment regarding our privacy policy. I will forward it to our HQ.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Jonathan 01/31/2004 11:02 am
> It is MS Internet Explorer which shows absolute paths all the time, even if they are relative inside files. You can see this if you choose "View Source" of any file.

Thx Oleg - I was fooled by the browser completion, as you say. Best to you, Jonathan
Oleg Chernavin 01/31/2004 02:29 pm
Thank you!

Oleg.