Garrod M. Alwood
Garrod.Alwood at lorodoes.com
Sun Jan 17 19:23:29 GMT 2010
Those problem messages might be related to the problem Jules just
fixed for me. There is a tainted issue with 4.79.6 and he will be
releasing shortly 4.79.7 that fixes the issue
Open Source Consultant
Garrod.alwood at lorodoes.com
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On Jan 17, 2010, at 1:16 PM, "Mark Sapiro" <mark at msapiro.net> wrote:
> On 11:59 AM, Johnny Stork wrote:
>> Ever since one of the last upgrades, I have been getting these
>> Messages" emails.
>> Are these messages that I should/could delete somewhere? Or how can I
>> find out exactly what the "problem"
>> is with these?
>> Thanks :)
>> Number of messages: 9
>> Tries Message Last Tried
>> ===== ======= ==========
>> 6 n96BpwUm020190 Tue Oct 6 05:15:04 2009
>> 6 n8MF8URm009682 Tue Sep 22 08:32:58 2009
>> 6 n8MF0cF5009244 Tue Sep 22 08:24:39 2009
>> 6 n8MEpc2L008762 Tue Sep 22 08:16:02 2009
>> 6 n8LCan8m013668 Mon Sep 21 05:56:59 2009
>> 6 n81F8Vnb032496 Tue Sep 1 08:30:34 2009
>> 6 n7VEF6dJ016460 Mon Aug 31 07:40:17 2009
>> 6 n7NLWIis032081 Sun Aug 23 14:55:14 2009
>> 6 n7NHVwFX022003 Sun Aug 23 10:56:27 2009
> The above are entries in MailScanner's Processing.db. They represent
> messages that encountered some fatal exception during processing. They
> were retried 6 times and then the message was quarantined and the
> Processing.db entry moved from the processing table to the archive
> table. There was log information (probably MailScanner entries in
> /var/log/maillog) at the time that would indicate what the error was.
> You will see these if you still have logs back to October. You can
> find the quarantined messages if your quarantine goes back that far.
> You can just remove /var/spool/MailScanner/incoming/Processing.db and
> MailScanner will recreate it. See
> and other messages in that thread.
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