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stumpy

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I am trying to evaluate the Mailserver, I've installed the packages on Redhat Linux 9 (lastest kernel) and am getting an error when tring to log in to the server using the Admin Console (error 111) failed to connect to server application. Odd I thought as I had started the service from the command line (I have also stopped sendmail) which says started OK, but if I go into the Service Configuration GUI it says its stopped. If I try to start it from there, it says its started successfully, but the Status continues to listed as "stopped". I do not have any running firewall and I'm trying to access the admin console on the local machine. I've uninstalled the packages and reinstalled them and still no joy, initally I did get an error on the admin install with regards the SSL dependent, but have installed that and all packages install without incident. Anyone know whats the problem?

Thanks in advance, Karl.
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Tr!une

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Problem

The MailServer has crashed and will not start, though it appears to start fine if you run:
/etc/init.d/keriomailserver start

Solution
This is usually due to a non-standard message in the outgoing queue.

Try this link.
http://support.kerio.com/index.php?_a=knowledgebase&_j=q uestiondetails&_i=76

Or go to support.kerio.com and look up this subject in the KB. I had similar problemss and cleaning the queue fixed it.
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mkanat

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Also, this could be a problem with the initscript. After you stop the mailserver, wait about 15 seconds before you restart it. Don't use the "restart" option of the init.d script.

-Max

Maxwell Kanat-Alexander
2nd Level Support Engineer, USA
Kerio Technologies
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