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After the server crash Kerio Mailserver doesn't starts. In debug.log I get:

[26/Jul/2011 15:37:21][18257] System: Fedora release 12 (Constantine), x86
[26/Jul/2011 15:37:21][18257] Current system limits: 4096 opened files, 2.00 MB stack size
[26/Jul/2011 15:37:21][18257] Default thread stack size: 1024KB
[26/Jul/2011 15:37:21][18257] Detected server time zone: "Athens, Beirut, Bucharest, Helsinki, Istanbul, Kyi
v, Minsk, Sofia, Talinn"
[26/Jul/2011 15:37:21][18257] OpenSSL library loaded

Normally after the OpenSSL string it starts mail queue:

Starting mail queue...

But not for now. I've tried to stop, start, restart and so on.

After that I have found this article in knowledgebase:

The MailServer has crashed and will not start, though the init script reports successful start.

Unfortunately I've dropped all files (not folders) without backup and the server doesn't starts properly.

How can I fix mail queue problem now?
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