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actbv

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Hello,

I have some troubles with sending e-mails. All the e-mails are stored in the queue and not send. I checked the debug log and saw the following message when sending an e-mail,

20/Aug/2007 16:35:41][2212] {conn} Cannot read from connection socket (local=128.124.2.130:2555, remote=194.159.73.194:25): (10060)
The number behind 128.124.2.130 has started with 2545 and each messages counts +1.

What is happening here? How can I solve this, cause there are now 30 e-mails in the queue that are not send and have the same message.

Regards,
Patrick

[Updated on: Mon, 20 August 2007 16:51]

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actbv

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The problem is solved. Outgoing e-mails are now send. The problem was with our virusscanner, Norman, that checked the Kerio directory. After configuration that Norman must exclude the Kerio directory mails are send.

I think the problem could also be for other virusscanners.
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