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I am getting an error message that states the following:
This is an informative message sent by Kerio MailServer 6.4.0 
at wdf001.whitedove.org.

The backup to the /Volumes/LaCie 120/Kerio Backups directory,
started on Thu, 6 Mar 2008 01:00:01 -0600, failed.

Backup directory collides with the message store directory.


It is being sent from postmaster<_a.t_>wdf001.whitedove.org.

Here is the issue. There was a drive called LaCie 120 on the system at one time, but NEVER was it used to back up to. Way back when I was testing the demo of KMS on an old iMac, I installed KMS on this LaCie 120, but was not put on the full install (XServe) machine until a few days ago.

Why would KMS be trying to back up to it when there is no reference to this drive in any of the backup programs, nor the backup section of the KMS admin Console?

Another issue is that I am at 6.5 since Monday night (March 3rd). But the email says it is from 6.4.

Thanks
Mark

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