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I have a problem, after I installed my kerio mailserver on Linux RedHat 9 it worked fine but I hade to restart the system, after that I couldn't login with my Admin using the admin console, I reconfigured my mail server but when I tried to rerun the server its gives an error that it cant read the configuration file ! so I wanted to Uninstall the mailserver so I can reinstall it again !! but I gave me this

[root<_at_>Linux root]# rpm -e kerio-mailserver
error reading information on service keriomailserver: No such file or directory
error: %preun(kerio-mailserver-6.0.7-linux) scriptlet failed, exit status 1
[root<_at_>Linux root]#

What can I do and how can I solve this problem !!!

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you might try loading webmin, then go into packages and uninstall from there..

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