John Johnson wrote:

Can anyone shed some light on this? It's in my qmail log file and the
server is having mail problems but that's because we found the DNS server
was not working...
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049714500 warning: unable to open todo/38740
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049725500 warning: unable to open todo/38742
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049730500 warning: unable to open todo/38744
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049735500 warning: unable to open todo/38746
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049739500 warning: unable to open todo/38748
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049744500 warning: unable to open todo/38749
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049748500 warning: unable to open todo/38751
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049753500 warning: unable to open todo/38753
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049757500 warning: unable to open todo/38755
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049910500 warning: unable to open todo/38758
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049915500 warning: unable to open todo/38760
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049920500 warning: unable to open todo/38762
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049924500 warning: unable to open todo/38764
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049929500 warning: unable to open todo/38766
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049933500 warning: unable to open todo/38768
2003-12-05 19:25:22.049938500 warning: unable to open todo/38770


Yeah, someone deleted part of the qmail queue, real smart i have to say. (NOT)

Anyways, since you have allready screwed over your queue, find queue-repair, its a special utility to repair queue's, and use it to repair your queue. And then restart qmail, those error messages should be gone.

It is not smart to delete from the qmail queue.

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