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From: Message Sniffer Community [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Pete McNeil
Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2006 18:58
To: Message Sniffer Community
Subject: [sniffer] Re: Files that appeared in sniffer directory
Sunday, December 3, 2006, 2:47:50 PM, you wrote:
All of a sudden I have a bunch of .xxx and .fin files in my ms
directory, what are these for?
Those files were always there -- but they have always gone away quickly
enough that you didn't notice (I suspect).
If you have a number of these files that are not going away then
something has gone wrong -- possibly during a reboot or some kind of
change, or perhaps if your server has been overloaded.
You can usually clear the problem by following this procedure:
1. Stop SMTP processing
2. Wait for all messages to be finished
3. Stop your persistent instance (if you have one).
4. Delete any left-over XXX, FIN, QUE, etc files (see the list in the
5. Start your persistent instance (if you have one).
6. Restart your SMTP processing.
7. Check your SNF log file for any errors.
Hope this helps,
Arm Research Labs, LLC.
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