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how do I re-enable the damn send error dump by smtp????

Subject: how do I re-enable the damn send error dump by smtp????

From: ctbram

Date: 20 Sep, 2007 22:59:01

Message: 1 of 3

OMG!!!

I accidentally selected "Never Send" when the send error
dialog box popped up and I have now spent hours trying to
find where to turn it back on again!

For the love of god I could uninstall and re-install then
entire package in less time then I have spent trying to
figure out how to re-enable this!

I searched the knowledge base and found "How do I disable
the send crash dump" and it of course says select "never
send" but does not say how to re-enable the feature once
your hit that button, either intensionally or by
accident!!!!

Subject: how do I re-enable the damn send error dump by smtp????

From: Michael Wild

Date: 24 Sep, 2007 07:51:30

Message: 2 of 3

ctbram wrote:
> OMG!!!
>
> I accidentally selected "Never Send" when the send error
> dialog box popped up and I have now spent hours trying to
> find where to turn it back on again!
>
> For the love of god I could uninstall and re-install then
> entire package in less time then I have spent trying to
> figure out how to re-enable this!
>
> I searched the knowledge base and found "How do I disable
> the send crash dump" and it of course says select "never
> send" but does not say how to re-enable the feature once
> your hit that button, either intensionally or by
> accident!!!!
>
>

I honestly don't know. But have you tried searching the settings
directory in your user profile? If you are using linux/unix/mac it
should be in ~/.matlab/<version>, on Windows I do not know, but I'd
suspect something like "C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application
Data\MathWorks". Good search terms would probably be dump and crash.


Michael

Subject: how do I re-enable the damn send error dump by smtp????

From: Ben

Date: 12 Aug, 2011 17:37:27

Message: 3 of 3

Michael Wild <themiwi.REMOVE.THIS@student.ethz.ch> wrote in message <46f76cf2$1@news1-rz-ap.ethz.ch>...
> ctbram wrote:
> > OMG!!!
> >
> > I accidentally selected "Never Send" when the send error
> > dialog box popped up and I have now spent hours trying to
> > find where to turn it back on again!
> >
> > For the love of god I could uninstall and re-install then
> > entire package in less time then I have spent trying to
> > figure out how to re-enable this!
> >
> > I searched the knowledge base and found "How do I disable
> > the send crash dump" and it of course says select "never
> > send" but does not say how to re-enable the feature once
> > your hit that button, either intensionally or by
> > accident!!!!
> >
> >
>
> I honestly don't know. But have you tried searching the settings
> directory in your user profile? If you are using linux/unix/mac it
> should be in ~/.matlab/<version>, on Windows I do not know, but I'd
> suspect something like "C:\Documents and Settings\<username>\Application
> Data\MathWorks". Good search terms would probably be dump and crash.
>
>
> Michael

Yes, the thread is many years old. But I had this question and found this thread via google before I found the answer elsewhere. Hopefully this'll help someone else out there -- here's the answer (from http://blogs.mathworks.com/desktop/2010/01/11/the-preferences-folder-matlabprf/)

edit the preferences file (matlab.prf), which can be found in the directory returned by the PREFDIR command. If you look hard, you can find the line MatlabErrorLogReport=Bfalse (line no. 143 for me). Change it to Btrue and you're set.

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