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fobicodam 2nd June 2006 22:57

EMail problem, urgent please !
 
Everything was running perfect 'til today ! server accept mails and send confirmations, but it doesnt route them to emails accounts, i have nothing to download even when i sent an email to smtp via telnet !!

What can i do?!?! please !! i have more than 250 domains here !! and nobody is receiving mails !! :eek:

Update:

Fixed.. aparently alone.. after 1 day no receiving mails they magicaly starts downloading...

falko 3rd June 2006 14:18

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Originally Posted by fobicodam
Fixed.. aparently alone.. after 1 day no receiving mails they magicaly starts downloading...

Might have been a temporary DNS problem or a connectivity problem somewhere...

fobicodam 3rd June 2006 15:14

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Originally Posted by falko
Might have been a temporary DNS problem or a connectivity problem somewhere...

I dont believe so, i did a telnet to the smtp server and then check the pop3 , the mail was lost... i ll keep an eye open on this..

fobicodam 6th June 2006 15:22

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Originally Posted by fobicodam
I dont believe so, i did a telnet to the smtp server and then check the pop3 , the mail was lost... i ll keep an eye open on this..

Two days, thats the most time i can be without having 100s clients trying to get me because the emails server stop delivering mails. What can i do!??!?!?!


<web1_daniel@webserver2.imago.com.ar> (expanded from <daniel@imago.com.ar>):
can't create user output file. Command output: procmail: Couldn't create
"/var/mail/web1_daniel"
:mad: :eek: :mad:

fobicodam 6th June 2006 17:10

I cant believe it...
 
i cant believe you use THIS as a real server... i cant believe how can I use it as a webserver.. good luck im running linux over a virtual machine over a real operative system, i had to restore an image from sunday, my only hope is that it doesnt fall again thurday o friday...

There is no solution to this problem over the entire Internet, now i can see why, there is no solution !! everybody tired enough reinstall linux, i was lucky today.. ill keep my virual machine images update fron now on..

Please, do some upgrade over ispconfig to fix all the postfix/apache/spamas.. /named bugs

till 6th June 2006 22:07

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Originally Posted by fobicodam
Please, do some upgrade over ispconfig to fix all the postfix/apache/spamas.. /named bugs

There is no bug in ISPConfig. If you broke your installation, this does not mean that there is a bug in ISPConfig.

fobicodam 6th June 2006 22:18

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Originally Posted by till
There is no bug in ISPConfig. If you broke your installation, this does not mean that there is a bug in ISPConfig.

misspelled, sorry, im a spanish speaker :o) i mean if you can do "something" to avoid linux to broke himself. i didnt touch anything, sometime in the night (may be a 6/6/6 bug?? jeje) postfix couldnt get access to certain folders so it stop to process emails... i was sleeping, so i didnt notice till 6 am :-P thanks to a bad purchased motherboard, linux was running under a virtual machine and, after 5 hours trying to recover postfix, i had to recover a security snapshot...

falko 7th June 2006 14:02

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Originally Posted by fobicodam
i mean if you can do "something" to avoid linux to broke himself.

Linux doesn't break itself. Maybe there was a cron job, a hacker, etc. that did this (there are millions of possible reasons). How can you expect ISPConfig to take care of this?

fobicodam 7th June 2006 14:17

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Originally Posted by falko
Linux doesn't break itself. Maybe there was a cron job, a hacker, etc. that did this (there are millions of possible reasons). How can you expect ISPConfig to take care of this?

A cron job to backup config files on other server maybe? a backup copy of postfix/apache/php/etc .conf files? i dont know.. something like that...

falko 7th June 2006 14:18

You can check your cron jobs with
Code:

crontab -l
and by checking out /etc/cron.daily, /etc/cron.weekly, ...


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