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Email login failure

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by bray, Mar 11, 2006.

  1. bray

    bray Guest

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    This morning I have found my customers can no longer login to POP or webmail. Even after setting new passwords, they cannot login. Any ideas on how to fix this?

    I read the knowledge base and found that this is already added to my imapd.

    AUTHMODULES="authpsa"
    MAILPASSWD="/usr/local/psa/qmail/users/poppasswd"

    Not sure what else to do.

    Eric
     
  2. bray

    bray Guest

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    Oh, this may help, I found this in the maillog:

    Unable_to_chdir_to_maildir.

    Many lines of this in there.

    Eric
     
  3. bray

    bray Guest

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    Well I got the login problem solved using the mchk daemon utility. Now I have over 5000 message in the queue and none of them want to deliver to the mailboxes.

    What now?
     
  4. rvdmeer

    rvdmeer Guest

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    resend them from the queue.. can be done with

    [root@vite ronald]# ./qmHandle
    qmHandle v1.2.0
    Copyright 1998-2003 Michele Beltrame

    Available parameters:
    -a : try to send queued messages now (qmail must be running)
    -l : list message queues
    -L : list local message queue
    -R : list remote message queue
    -s : show some statistics
    -mN : display message number N
    -dN : delete message number N
    -Stext : delete all messages that have/contain text as Subject
    -D : delete all messages in the queue (local and remote)
    -V : print program version

    Additional (optional) parameters:
    -c : display colored output
    -N : list message numbers only
    (to be used either with -l, -L or -R)

    You can view/delete multiple message i.e. -d123 -v456 -d567
     
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