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macgvr

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Just updated to version 7.1.3 and am now seeing an error I hadn't seen before in the Security log section. The error is: API call security issue (-32001): Session expired.

Not sure what that means. Still receiving and sending mail OK.

I used to get useful info about spam attacks and blacklisted email but that doesn't appear to be occurring anymore either.
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macgvr

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For some strange reason the error went away after about a half hour and the security log started providing the normal information as before. I haven't seen that before, usually an error doesn't go away on its own.
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ICT and Me

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Got the same problem, but i got also at the same time a mail queue more then 20 Gb ( one queue)

Could it be related?

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Carlo Turk
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lodewijk

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Same error in log after upgrading from I think 7.2.x to 7.2.3
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manyhats

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hmmm, I see that error also but it appears to coincide with my web admin session timing out. Mine is set to time out after an hour. You can try to log in and set your session to a few minutes and then see if you get it...
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manyhats

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I just confirmed that in my instance, Kerio 7.1.3-Windows platform, that I register the API call event when I let my web admin session expire isntead of logging out.
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