redhatguy

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bash-2.05a# service exim restart
Shutting down exim: [FAILED]
Shutting down antirelayd: [ OK ]
Shutting down spamd: [ OK ]
Starting exim: 2003-07-07 04:25:28 Failed to open configuration file /etc/exim.conf
[FAILED]
Starting antirelayd: [ OK ]
Starting spamd: [ OK ]

bash-2.05a# exiwhat
grep: /etc/exim.conf: No such file or directory
LOG: 0 PANIC DIE
Failed to open configuration file /etc/exim.conf
No exim process data

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Run /scripts/patcheximconf

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ciphervendor

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cPanel usually keeps a backup config file lying around.

ls -la /etc/ | grep exim

cPanels backup files are usually appended to with a - or a , or a ; Find one of those or use one of your backups and copy it to /etc/exim.conf.

If you don't have either of those, reply with the version of Exim you're running and I'm sure someone will post their entire config here for you. Then just copy & paste it onto your box.

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twhiting9275

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Hi, RHG
try this
If you're using exim4, run /scripts/exim3 then /scripts/exim4. This should recreate the configs necessary for you.
If you're running exim3, then /scripts/exim4, and /scripts/exim3 after that.

The only thing you'll lose is the custom settings (rbls and whatnot) that you had in there

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