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fatmaninspeedos

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I woke up this morning to my Kerio service stopped. I right clicked on the tray icon and started the service, but it stopped about 30 minutes later.

Hard disk drive space is fine and all the logs in the administration program don't point to anything odd. What could the problem be?

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freakinvibe

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Can you tell us which version of KMS you are using and which OS? I think we need more information here.

Regards, Pascal

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Alain

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Exactly same situation, stop without anything abnormal on logs.
Restarted after a /etc/init.d/keriomailserver stop and start

KMS 5.7.9 on Redhat ES 3.0

Alain
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bperkins

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Does everything stop or does just SSL services stop? I have 5.7.10 on Redhat ES 3.0 that stops SSL services sometimes. I'm slowly (with Kerio support help) figuring out the problem.

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> Restarted after a /etc/init.d/keriomailserver stop and start
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> KMS 5.7.9 on Redhat ES 3.0
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> Alain
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Alain

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In my case this is everything.
I cannot connect to the mailserver through the console,
and all services seems to be stopped (POP, IMAP etc...)

Alain
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mkanat

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Hey Alain. Try upgrading to 5.7.10. If that doesn't fix it, contact support and we may have a patch to help you out.

-Max

Maxwell Kanat-Alexander
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Kerio Technologies
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