On 12/14/2016 06:12 PM, John Tolmachoff wrote:
<e u='20161214224234' context='scanMessageFile().xhdr.inject' 
m='c:\SmarterMail\Spool\proc\work\1743661413.eml' code='69' text='ERROR_MSG_XHDRi: 
Drop Msg XHDR injector can't remove original!'/>


When SNF is configured to inject headers it does so safely---
First, it reads the entire original message into a buffer, then scans it,...
Then it writes a new copy of the message to a .tmp file with the headers injected. When that completes without errors, it deletes the original and renames the .tmp file in it's place. That way, if anything goes wrong, the original is always there as a backup until the last moment.

The error above indicates that SNF was trying to delete the original message file so that it could move the new version over. Something went wrong and it wasn't able to do that.

On windows systems this is most likely because something removed the file first -- perhaps a virus scanner or some other process.

On linux systems it's usually a permissions issue (but this does sometimes happen on windows in rare cases).

So, if you can figure out what is preventing SNF from deleting the original file you will solve the problem.

Hope this helps,

_M


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