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Okay so I converted my mdb file into an mde file so that no one else can edit or change things in the database but you can still edit in the mde file how do i make it so no one else can change or edit my database info but me
On a weekend, i got a call that the email server was down. so i connected remotely to the server and realized there was no space on the server. So i compressed the MDBDATA. Okay, i know it was very foolish but then it was a long weekend and i had to come up with a solution for guys who were for...