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I was getting a network error on Mercury today, so it wasn't retrieving my new email.Then I had a brainwave. Last week while exploring 'Kerish Doctor''s options, I saw that it could search for and delete all empty folders. Great, I hate empty folders!So, fortunately it had a 'rollback' option, so I did that and all is well again.P.S. Kerish ...
This morning a friend who uses my server told me that the webmail I set up for her (roundcube in this case) was giving her errors when she logged in. Specifically, ''Connection to storage server failed.''
I received the same error in roundcube with my account, so I tried to connect with thunderbird (my current client) and it stops ...
Program POPWatch runs on background of Mercury/32 and blocks ''bad''
connections to MercuryP (Mercury POP3 server). It should mitigate brute force
attacks to POP3 server.
So blocked is such address, from which more than ''AuthFailures'' connections
was done AND delay between them was shorter than ''ClearTime'' minutes
AND in no one ...
I'm searching for a mailserver with some features:running on Win7 as service (is GUI possible when running as service on Win7?)common address book for all Thunderbird clientsblocking of emails extending defined sizesending email to list of some hundred receipients by sending each email individually (like supermailer does)Which of these ...
We currently have a Mercury IMAP server that has been working fine for years, and suddenly when using an outlook client, a specific folder in IMAP shows email messages very strangely. The from and to lines are blank, and there is cryptic letters/numbers in the body when viewed. We have tried multiple computers, same issue. Also tried ...
Hey all, I'm having a bit of trouble with a rather odd setup situation.Let me preface this in saying I'm not all too familiar with Mercury, working with it for about a week now. I am however familiar with SMTP protocols and networking.
So we've got a Wordpress site setup on a dedicated webserver, and when somebody fills out a ...
The ClamAV world seems in flux. ClamAV now seems to be Immunet.
In an effort to get ClamWall running, I ended up downloading ClamWin and pointed ClamWall to the bin directory. The Question then became ''Is it working''. I have not figured out how to tell.
One of the things I love about Mercury is what I call ''Visibility''. It is reasonably ...
Note that in the following discussion I have changed the names of the accounts.
Yesterday I removed a user account from our system. I used Mercury to do this: Configuration > Manage local users... > selected the account and clicked Delete. I also checked the filtering rules and removed a couple of entries that processed mail for ...
Mercury is a server program that interacts via connections, and has it's own storage. Therefore Mercury needs to be allowed to write to disk and be allowed to communicate over tcp-ports.
This means practically that you should open your firewall and the OS-firewall to allow traffic to and from Mercury, and,
allow Mercury to write to the Disk. On ...
I had a situation recently where Mercury/32 was rejecting messages based on the transaction filtering available under the MercuryS compliance section. The default TRANSFLT.MER file was enabled and was rejecting connections (S, ''*for job*'', BS, ''554 Possibly employment spam - please change and re-send.''), for no good reason that I ...