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papason

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We have a huge queue with spam due a mis-configuration which left us an open relay for 6 hours, and the spammers hit us immediately. We have about 65,000 e-mails in our queue.
How do we get rid of the queue now as these are un-wanted spam?

IE: Recipient: <add7833103<_a.t_>yahoo.com.tw>, Result: failed, Status: 4.4.1 Cannot connect to remote host

I try to load the queue in the admin console and there are to many e-mails for it and it locks up.

What to do ?

Thanks

[Updated on: Fri, 14 December 2007 04:50]

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Is it really actually crashing or is it simply a 'not responding' situation (which actually says nothing about a program having crashed or not)? I've had similar situations (not in KMS) where it was simply a matter of waiting an hour (or more) for the thing to load and several more to get rid of the messages. (The interface simply wasn't made/tuned for such a thing, but did 'work' nonetheless.)
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papason

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winkelman wrote on Thu, 13 December 2007 17:46

Is it really actually crashing or is it simply a 'not responding' situation (which actually says nothing about a program having crashed or not)? I've had similar situations (not in KMS) where it was simply a matter of waiting an hour (or more) for the thing to load and several more to get rid of the messages. (The interface simply wasn't made/tuned for such a thing, but did 'work' nonetheless.)


Well it doesn't "crash" per say, it locks up the system tight on my MacBook Pro laptop (w/2G RAM) and my Linux workstation (w 1G RAM).

Hard to say but it will not load the queue to delete messages.

Any more ideas ?
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I guess the messages in queue waiting to be sent out are basically just files on the KMS server somewhere. So you could just delete those files there. Because KMS keeps index files of these things, those indexes have to be regenerated as well, after manually deleting the files. So this would involve Kerio support, I'm afraid.
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papason

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winkelman wrote on Fri, 14 December 2007 12:53

I guess the messages in queue waiting to be sent out are basically just files on the KMS server somewhere. So you could just delete those files there. Because KMS keeps index files of these things, those indexes have to be regenerated as well, after manually deleting the files. So this would involve Kerio support, I'm afraid.


Well I found that I could just shutdown kerio and delete the queue, then restart kerio. It fixed things and no issues now.

Cheers
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help me please,
i thing thet i have the same problem.
wher can i find this path to delete all the message queue??
thnx

ps: i use KMS 6.0.3
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