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Thread: 5 rc1 - centos5 - Wont send mail after PC reboot

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    Default 5 rc1 - centos5 - Wont send mail after PC reboot

    Hey, I just installed 5RC1 on a box of mine and it works GREAT with a fresh install of the RHEL binaries. Everything works and i can send and receive mail with ease with this awesome program.

    all is well, but then I restart the PC and I can log in just fine, but when i send email i get :

    Could not send message: mail.SEND_FAILURE
    msg - SMTP server reported: 451 Temporary local problem - please try later
    code - mail.SEND_FAILURE method - ZmCsfeCommand.prototype.invoke
    detail - soap:Sender data - [object Object]

    and in log:
    Oct 10 04:48:30 mail postfix/postqueue[4679]: fatal: Queue report unavailable - mail system is down

    i dont understand where to go with this.. or where else to look and troubleshoot.

    Any help would be appreciated! thanks.. <--- installed packages

    i dont get any errors during install..

    ps - this does the SAME THING with version 4.5 rpms.

    is there something i'm not doing right or something not starting that should be? I installed everything but the proxy.

    EDIT:: i now notice this when i install it.. towards the very end:
    Setting up zimbra crontab for zimbra
    Last edited by epoxy_nc; 10-09-2007 at 11:09 PM.

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    What does zmcontrol status show?

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