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abubin

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I am using 6.1.0. I am not sure why my "messages in queue" is always empty. Mail is able to go out. But where is it stored it not in the queue? I have setup a schedule to send out mails on queue every 15 minutes. I am cannot see any mails in the queue between the intervals.
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winkelman

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Well, of course your queue is empty: the messages are getting out as you say!
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teco

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Take a look at
internet connection -- sending high priority messages

the option

--- any priority ---

makes the queue useless because kms sends everything directly when it comes to kms. Then you can see never any messages except those who are not sended by error and waiting for re-send shedule.

IMHO this option is my prefered because it prevents any high load on sending messages as you could have when you use the time function.

You can see the sended messages in the log files.

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abubin

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teco wrote on Tue, 09 August 2005 13:50

Take a look at
internet connection -- sending high priority messages

the option

--- any priority ---

makes the queue useless because kms sends everything directly when it comes to kms. Then you can see never any messages except those who are not sended by error and waiting for re-send shedule.

IMHO this option is my prefered because it prevents any high load on sending messages as you could have when you use the time function.

You can see the sended messages in the log files.




Under my Internet Connection/Sending high priority messages, both the options are NOT checked.

So, doesn't it means mails will be queued for sending out until the next SMTP schedule? But I find that mails are send out immediately!! How can this be?
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teco

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Quote:

So, doesn't it means mails will be queued for sending out until the next SMTP schedule? But I find that mails are send out immediately!! How can this be?


Then my only suggestion is:
This is not a bug, this is a feature...

Sorry, I haven't any idea why it does not queue the messages when both options are not selected. I normaly let it send when it comes...

Anybody else here around with an idea?
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Is the SMTP server set to online or offline mode?

See chapter 5.3 of KMS manual: http://www.kerio.com/manual/kms/en/ch05s03.html

Messages are queued only if the server is in offline mode, otherwise they are sent immediately.

Did you read the manual?

[Updated on: Wed, 10 August 2005 10:36]

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freakinvibe

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The 15 minutes you have in your configuration are the time interval your server tries to resend if there is a problem with sending the mail.

If everything goes well, mails are sent immeditely and leave the queue quickly. I normally only see items in the queue with problems, of if I send out mails to large distribution lists (it takes some time to process them).

Regards, Pascal

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