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Hi There Im moving my Mercury install to a new box, mostly completed now but is there a way I can copy all my filtering rules over?
Global filters are stored in RULES.MER, outgoing filters in ORULES.MER. Any general rules are in *.RUL (you choose the name). Just copy these to your new Mercury folder.
Event log is showing nothing. I use ClamWall and SpamHalter but I cannot really switch them off for several weeks in order to find out if these add-ons are the cause for the crash. It id not that easy to ''reproduce''...
No, but switch their logs to debug just to get the maximum possible help.
Konrad Hammerer: PaulW:
PaulW:I have no experience of running Mercury with Loader, but is there anything in the Mercury logs that would indicate any problem?
In that case I would have a look in the event logs for anything suspicious. What about Clamwall/Clamav and any other add-ons or Policies?
Also try running Mercury without ...
This is my first post I believe on this forum. Being a reasonably technical user I have been using Pegasus and Mecury on and off since 1996.
I am in the process of trying to move all my existing email users from another mail server to Mercury and am using my email account as the guinea pig. I am having some problems ...
I have no experience of running Mercury with Loader, but is there anything in the Mercury logs that would indicate any problem?
And to fix my issue I had to go to configuration, mercuryC smtp, then under smart host name, I used the IP address for my web host account. DONT use the mail.webhost.whatever address that they may give you in the settings. I had to call my host to get the ip address but after telnet would not connect to ...
So there's a bug in Pegasus, as it's failing to clear the date field after listing another email?
If there isn't a valid date field, shouldn't the date of the email default to 01/01/1900, or something like that?
This has been discussed before - see thread http://community.pmail.com/forums/thread/29539.aspx
Your message is also ...
Hello I am dealing with russian spammers... this morning someone sent a RSET after sending to a fictitious user at my mail domain...
RSET just means 'reset' - usually in preparation of sending new details. It doesn't get any information. I get many of these types of probes every day.
At the moment, I'm just thinking about a secured connection, not a secured content.
I've always wondered what the purpose of that is for server to server connections?
Just be curios: Does MercuryE (the SMTP client) establish a SSL or TLS secured connection if the receiving Server offers such a connection?
MercuryE doesn't offer that option. If you are looking for securing email, SSL/TLS is not really designed to protect email contents - instead encrypt the message ...