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ChrisO

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I had a kerio-connect up and running for a week on LINUX debian. DNS was set correctly, server registered with permanent lic. All was working fine until this morning power failure, I could access server using Thunderbird from many computers and it worked fine with my iPhone . Since the power failure I can not start the server including command line options. I tried to rename index.fld to index.old, but no success. Since then I backed up the state of the server after crash, before performing major tweaks.


Please let me know if you have any ideas.

here are the messages:

error log:


[21/Oct/2011 09:43:26] mail_queue.cpp: Cannot open queue directory /opt/kerio/mailserver/store/queue/33: (117) Structure needs cleaning


from the terminal:



root@ns1:/home/chris# service kerio-connect status
* Kerio Connect is not running.
root@ns1:/home/chris#
root@ns1:/home/chris#
root@ns1:/home/chris# service kerio-connect start
* Starting Kerio Connect Engine * Kerio Connect is not configured

Please consult DEBIAN-README file for essential
instructions on how to operate Kerio Connect in Linux
operating environment.

To view the README file, type


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Thank you for your input

Chris
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Fix your filesystem. Then recover Connect configuration files from backup (if you have any).
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