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  • Precedence in SMTP connection control

    14.00 Good day all. I am investigating the possibility of using a paid filtering service offered by DuoCircle to run as our MX, which then in turn delivers legitimate mail to our local Mercury32 server. I already have all users required to authenticate over SMTP in order to send out email from phones, tablets etc. ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by pbeddy on July 21, 2016
  • Error: "Invalid TLS extension list item header" with googlemail

    When gmail attempts to send a message to my Mercury mail server (v 4.72) the connection proceeds normally until STARTTLS when everything goes south.  The session log looks like this: 02:19:37.640: >> STARTTLS<cr><lf>02:19:37.640: << 220 OK, begin SSL/TLS negotiation now.<cr><lf>02:19:37.781: 22: Error -32 ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by rjspann on June 29, 2012
  • Mercury Service Queue Hang on W2008

    We recently upgraded to Mercury 4.72 and Windows 2008 R2 on 32 bit architecture. Occasionally , under high volumes our Mercury mail Queue is failing to process correctly. The Mercury service seems to be CPU bound, consuming 12%CPU on a Quad CPU for hours. No email is delivered. A restart of  the service un-hangs it and the queue is quickly ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by PeterDunphy on May 13, 2010
  • Re: Mercury and Thunderbird - getting mails doesn't work

    Peter Strömblad:I'm having a hard time following your question. Is it IMAP that doesn't work? If so, try enabling session logging in MercuryI, and see what goes wrong from one of your client computers. If you see no activity at all, I'd say you have a firewall problem with your 2008 server, not allowing connections over TCP port 143 to Mercury, ...
    Posted to Mercury Community Support (Forum) by asgard on August 7, 2008

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