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sysopfromhell

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Merry Xmas to all Kerio Connect user!

I was just wondering if someone else get this now and then after upgrading from 8.5.x to 9.0.x .

No user complained about anything and everything seems to be working fine so far on 9.0.1.
It's just now and then the error log throws

"WebMailServlet.cpp: Failed to read file /opt/kerio/mailserver/web/"

(Linux, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS x64 if anyone is interested).

I can not see any right issues.

Cheers and again merry christmas and joyful holidays all

Christoph Kral
VJP International

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kritzresn

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Also got this and havent found anything wrong. (9.0.1 on Win7 x64, so path is different obv. but error the same)

[Updated on: Wed, 23 December 2015 21:37]

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sysopfromhell

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I can add that it only happens when a user is accessing the webmail interface.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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There is nothing wrong (except the message being incorrectly written to the log). It can happen when users have direct URL for previous Kerio Connect client cached or in their bookmarks.

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