Version: 8.4.0 (3525)
Operating system: Mac OS X (10.8.5), x86_64
Those two services are going offline - not reason, just happen today around 4 PM
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13] Kerio Connect 8.4.0 build 3525,
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[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13] System: Mac OS X (10.8.5), x86_64
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13] Current system limits: 10240 opened files, 1024.00 kB stack size
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13] Default thread stack size: 1024KB
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13]uknowit.uwgb.edu/page.php?id=28850 Detected server time zone: "Central Time (US & Canada)"
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13] System locale is "C"
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:13] OpenSSL library loaded
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:32] Starting mail queue...
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:32]Service SMTP stopped
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:32]Service SMTPS started on port 465, listens on all interface
[05/Jan/2015 14:03:32] Service SUBMISSION stopped *
All the other logs have nothing going on around that time that would impact the SMTP service.
Any thoughts? If you need more info, let me know. I have since restarted the services, emails should start rolling in at some point.
[Updated on: Tue, 06 January 2015 01:48]
- Pavel Dobry (Kerio)
It is probably a conflict with OS X mail process. It can be disabled with
sudo launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/org.postfix.master.plist
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