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problems with email atfer an update

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by Mr_Stepfire, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. Mr_Stepfire

    Mr_Stepfire Active Member

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    yesterday i compiled a new apache version and php version and updated my server to the latest release.
    So far everything look real nice, only my email is realy slow now.... does someone have a solution for this?

    Thanks!
     
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    Could you please elaborate on what you mean by email very slow? are you talking about mail sent from scripts or just generally?

    Apache & PHP have nothing to do with exim so upgrading them wouldnt slow your mail down unless your server load has increased dramatically.
     
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    mail problems

    My load is 0.13 (good) but when i want to receive my email, it goes verry verry slow.
    Is takes more then 60 seconds to recieve my email(total 64 Kb). I'me using imap to pic up the mail. Can someone please tel me whats going wrong?

    Thanks!
     
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    Well as above, IMAP is also nothing to do with php & apache, IMAP generally is quite slow, have you converted to maildir recently?
     
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    no, i don't no how.....
    I only updated my releases
     
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    ok, it's a difficult one to troubleshoot seeing as it is actually working, just slowly.

    what mail client are you using to connect to your imap server (e.g. outlook, thunderbird e.t.c.)?

    Have you restarted the imap service?
     
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    i'me using outlook and yes i restarted imap a few times.
    Further i fixt all mailbox permissions in whm.
     
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    ok, do you have any firewall/port filtering software on your box that could be interfering with your connection to the imap daemon?

    do all other ports respond in a timely manner?
     
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    i didn't install an firewall.
    i recieving email but verry slow, that is the whole problem:(
    Does someone noes an solution?
     
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    its usually something that either works or doesnt, i would suggest hiring a sysadmin to look at it for you
     
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    answer

    the problem is, i bought the server.
    so i don't have an sysadmin
     
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