Hi, right click over the root of your remote site->show raw listing, also [[[[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]][/[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]]][/[[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]][/[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]]]][/[[[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]][/[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]]][/[[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]][/[SHOWLOG][/SHOWLOG]]]]
I have this same problem. It works if I FTP via Explorer, and via FTP in a Windows' command prompt but not with SmartFTP.
The Raw listing gives me an empty page. I can log into other FTP servers without a hitch, it feels like some configuration setting but (I think) I've tried them all.
Here's the log
[16:41:13] SmartFTP v2.0.1000.2
[16:41:13] Resolving host name "ftp.7thdirection.com"
[16:41:13] Connecting to 188.8.131.52 Port: 21
[16:41:14] Connected to ftp.7thdirection.com.
[16:41:14] 220 FTP server ready.
[16:41:14] USER xxxxxxx
[16:41:14] 331 User name OK, need password.
[16:41:14] PASS (hidden)
[16:41:14] 230 User logged in.
[16:41:15] 215 MACOS WebSTAR FTP.
[16:41:15] Detected Server Type: MacOS
[16:41:15] TYPE I
[16:41:15] 200 Using binary mode to transfer files.
[16:41:15] REST 0
[16:41:15] 350 Requested file action pending further information.
[16:41:16] 257 "/" is the current directory.
[16:42:07] 200 NOOP OK.
FWIW - I downloaded and tried WinFTP and it has the same problem that SmartFTP does with no clearer indication as to what the problem is.
I'm on XP Sp2, all the updates and am using OneCare as my security. It would be GREAT to be able to use SmartFTP but for the time being I'm resigned to using Explorer. (yuck)