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Suddenly server stopped sending emails

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by Nikiniko, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. Nikiniko

    Nikiniko Member

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    The server stopped suddenly 1-2 days ago, sending mails.
    No emails going out,
    and there are about 6000 emails in Mail Queue Manager.
    Please advice.
     
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    [Removed - Invalid Output]
     
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    these are servers info,
    i dont get any error message in my email,
    i discovered this just now because new members couldnt confirm their accounts
     
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    Please use below command to check mail logs:

    tail -f /var/log/exim_mainlog

    Also try exim -Mvb Message_id to check message body so that you will get information why mails are blocked.
     
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    The output you provided was not valid. Could you let us know how you ran the command referenced in the thread linked in my last response?

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