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Error pop3

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by zwz, Oct 14, 2005.

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  1. zwz

    zwz Registered

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    Hello

    I update my server to new pop3/imap server all fine, but today I can receive emails always same error in all accounts

    -ERR pop3login requires exactly two arguments.

    I can't find the problem.

    I send ticket to support but they not give me any answer (waiting more of 8 hours)

    BR
     
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    ZuRiCh Member

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    Same problem, 9 hours. It´s very urgent!
     
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    Same Problem here..Been down since 11PM last nite..Users are pissed
     
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    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    If it's very urgent, then you shouldn't be relying on the forums. cPanel have said that you can log tickets directly with them for issues resulting from the mbox to maildir conversion, so you should do so.
     
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    Obviously...

    ...we are already managing this issue via tickets. But it can be useful to search and ask here, to let the rest of the people contribute with their experiences.
     
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    Indeed. Except this thread contains no information from those posting as to what they've done to investigate and what their logs say. Neither do they say what cPanel's response is. So, in this case, it is not helpful and posting "me too" isn't constructive :rolleyes: Logging a ticket with for this with cPanel is.
     
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