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Unknown Errors on iWeb 08


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I switched my 'domain' file from my PowerBook to my MacBook Pro just like it explained in iWeb help and now when i try to publish i get a canceled publish attempt and a message saying 'an unknown error has occurred.' Does anyone know the mystery of the unknown error?
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