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  • Re: Auto-reply still not working correctly in 4.51

    OK, could be that the first 48 hours after the file was created works correctly. However, after that point every attempt to update the file will cause it to be deleted according to my&nbsp; experience. For instance, I sent several cc's to a colleague that's on vacation a few days ago, and received an autoreply for each (at 19.36, 19.52, and ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 16, 2007
  • Re: Extract Attachments to file rule

    This may be a bigger problem than I first assumed. I made a local test setup of Mercury 4.51 (without any daemons etc), and I'm not even getting a simple general rule like this to work:Mercury Rule SetAlways Move ''admin''&nbsp;It actually seems like Mercury doesn't execute the rule set at all. I've also restarted the program in case it didn't ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 13, 2007
  • Auto-reply still not working correctly in 4.51

    Sadly it seems that the old problem with auto-replies being sent more than once to the same sender is still around in M/32 4.51. The problem, well documented by Troy Thompson on the Mercury mailing list May 3, 2005, is that the AREPLY.KFL file, that holds addresses to which auto-replies have been sent, gets deleted by the program. I quote Troy's ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 12, 2007
  • Re: Generate 400 level smtp error code

    That would assume that the connecting server identifies itself with IP number in HELO/EHLO. It's more likely to be a host name, actually. I would suggest using RL instead of BL as there is no need to drop the connection in this case. &nbsp;/Rolf&nbsp;
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 12, 2007
  • Re: Update queue counters?

    Unless there is support in M/32 or the new daemon interface for recalculating the queue counters a webadmin interface won't help much in this case, though. If there is support for it I'd be happy to add the function to my web interface. &nbsp; /Rolf&nbsp;
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 11, 2007
  • Re: Mails coming into wrong mailbox

    This is what the help text says:Local user&nbsp; If you enter the name of a local user on your system (one to which Mercury can deliver directly) then all the mail downloaded from the remote account will be sent to that local user, irrespective of the address fields in the message. If you leave this field blank, MercuryD will examine the To, CC ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 9, 2007
  • Re: ClamAV - 98% CPU Resources

    I found this that might or might not be related: Link . Wouldn't hurt to try it, I suppose. Other than that, do you have any real time virus scanning on the server that might want to check the ClamAV virus definitions file before ClamAV can load it? /Rolf&nbsp; &nbsp;
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 9, 2007
  • Re: Mails coming into wrong mailbox

    Assuming that ''Local user'' has been correctly filled in for all POP3 accounts messages should be delivered to that mailbox. Are there any policies or rules active that could cause messages to be redirected or removed? &nbsp;/Rolf &nbsp;
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 9, 2007
  • Re: ClamAV - 98% CPU Resources

    Are there any other processes running on this machine that might interfere with Clamd? &nbsp;/Rolf&nbsp;
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 9, 2007
  • Re: Extract Attachments to file rule

    I would try something like this:Mercury Rule SetIf header ''S'' contains ''Fax Server: Fax Received'' Goto ''detach''Always Exit ''''Label ''detach''Always Copy ''faxin''If attachment ExtnPart contains ''tif'' SaveAttmt ''t:\\faxin''&nbsp;In this case t: could be a local disk or a drive letter assigned to a share on another computer ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by Rolf Lindby on July 9, 2007

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