Mailing List CGatePro@mail.stalker.com Message #99398
From: Till M. Klages <t.klages@sparks.de>
Subject: Re: Name Server(s) IP Address dropped - why?
Date: Mon, 8 Feb 2010 06:43:20 +0100
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Hi all, hi David

it is a 10.6 Server.

IMHO, yes it does have both a correct DNS name and reverse - 
this same setting worked fine before moving to the new server
And once I refresh, all is fine, so what could be the cause not
to recognize the IP settings  

I am clueless but I will look at those settings and report.

Thanks
T I L L

Am 07.02.2010 um 13:00 schrieb CommuniGate Pro Discussions:

       CommuniGate Pro Discussions Digest #5083

1) Re: Rules
   by Karl Zander <cgplist@commpartners.com>
2) Name Server(s) IP Address dropped - why?
   by "Till Klages" <t.klages@sparks.de>
3) Re: Name Server(s) IP Address dropped - why?
   by david@keyoptions.com.au

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Von: Karl Zander <cgplist@commpartners.com>
Datum: 6. Februar 2010 14:08:10 MEZ
Betreff: Re: Rules


Maybe the RFCHeader would work for you?

Settings-->Mail--RFC Header

It can filter on either the headers or the message body.  

--Karl

On Fri, 05 Feb 2010 16:15:44 -0500
"Paul Galati" <pgalati@jackrouse.com> wrote:
This may seem like a silly question, but I can't seem to locate the
answer, it has been a long week.  Is it possible to create a mail rule
that examines the message body for key words and simply discards them.  I
am having decent success using the subject field but can't seem to located
a message body parameter.

What do you suggest?

Thanks in advance.

Paul




Von: "Till Klages" <t.klages@sparks.de>
Datum: 7. Februar 2010 07:44:25 MEZ
Betreff: Name Server(s) IP Address dropped - why?


Hi alle -
I moved CGP to new server (Mac Mini, OS X 10.6, only App. is CGP) - and quiete
a few things seem strange.

1st problem:

I keep loosing the Name Server(s) IP Address - it resets itself
with no cause to 127.0.0.1 which limits it's functionallity.

This happens after reboot and also on it's own with no obvious reason.

If I manually refresh on the settings page all is fine again.
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

T I L L

to be continued



Datum: 7. Februar 2010 07:50:00 MEZ
Betreff: Re: Name Server(s) IP Address dropped - why?



On 07/02/2010, at 5:46 PM, "Till Klages"<t.klages@sparks.de> wrote:

Hi alle -
I moved CGP to new server (Mac Mini, OS X 10.6, only App. is CGP) - and quiete
a few things seem strange.


Is it 10.6 server or client?  Does the server's ip have a valid dns hostname. (forward and reverse ?)
1st problem:

I keep loosing the Name Server(s) IP Address - it resets itself
with no cause to 127.0.0.1 which limits it's functionallity.

This happens after reboot and also on it's own with no obvious reason.

If I manually refresh on the settings page all is fine again.
Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

T I L L

to be continued

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