The 1.6g version is the last version of MGI that automatically
sets the ".mgi" extension in the suffix mappings of
WebSTAR. For that reason, versions of MGI prior to and including
1.6g are not recommended for simultaneous use with MGI version
2.0. To use a 1.x and 2.x version on the same machine, please
upgrade to version 1.7.
There is a significant change in the installation process
with MGI 1.6d. If you have installed a previous version of MGI,
you will be prompted to overwrite the old MGI folder. If you
choose not to overwrite the folder, your preferences will be
kept intact. In addition, if you have installed the mgiPGP tag
and do not choose to overwrite the MGI folder, your mgiPGP tag
will not be deleted. If you choose to overwrite the MGI folder,
you must reset your preferences. Don't forget to enter your
permanent serial number when you re-install! If you do not
enter your serial number, the MGI Multi-Domain Deluxe version
will run in Demo mode for two-hours at a time.
Tags for Accesspoint and AuthorizeNet processing are placed
in separate folders on the desktop of the server. If you wish
to use those tags, copy them to the MGI Plug-Ins folder.
NOTICE: If you are upgrading from a previous version
of the installer 1.5e or prior, there is a significant change
in the handling of MGI databases. All databases that are created
by or accessed by the tags of 1.5f and up are invisible and locked
for security reasons. There is a setting in the MGI preferences
file where you may disable this security if you desire.
MGI Multi-Domain Deluxe (runs in Demo mode with pre-installed
Serial Number) 1.6g (12.5 MB)
MGI Multi-Domain Essentials Plus 1.6g (9.9 MB)
MGI Multi-Domain Essentials 1.6g (7.6 MB)
MGI Single-Domain Deluxe 1.6g (13.3 MB)
MGI Single-Domain Essentials Plus 1.6g (9.6 MB)
MGI Single-Domain Essentials 1.6g (10.7 MB)