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I've been publishing a website for years using Frontpage 2000.

For no reason I am now getting this message: '550 Can't change directory to htdocs: No such file or directory'.

It drives me nuts. I haven't changed a thing. I'm just trying to do what I've done a thousand times before. I know that these errors sometimes get thrown up for no reason. For example, I sometimes get an 'invalid password' message when I have used the CORRECT password.

I've learnt to wait a while, go back to it and often the problem has gone away - suggesting there was a temporary server or network congestion problem, or something.

This one seems to be persisting, though.

Any help appreciated of course.
 

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if the problem is going away by itself, it sounds like its with the hosting service. You may need to ask them what is going on.
 

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If you ever in future get a problem that you are unable to publish a directory, or upload a file, think "file permissions". Have you considered upgrading to a later version of Frontpage yet? Although the Fundis don't like it, a large number of our customers still like to use Frontpage...
 
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