quantuml wrote:i am trying lite version of mxscan and i have experienced losing mails. when i look smtp debug transaction message successfully received but tracing message log shows like this
Result: [9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D.MAI] was not routed from the SMTP inbound message queue by the local MTA Service. This most likely means that the message was not completely recieved by the connector.
Important: Message ID [9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D.MAI] does not seem to have been routed through MailEnable queues (an error most likely occured when receiving this message).
i am using only virus scan spam filter is not enabled. mxlog shows this.
19:20:17 9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D_ --> Start Scan for xxx.com (VirusCheck=True, GlobalSpam/FilterCheck=False)
19:20:17 9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D_ IncomingIP = 188.8.131.52
19:20:18 9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D_ ClamAV Scan Result : Clean
19:20:18 9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D_ Completed in 1 sec(s) with FilterResult=BYPASS
19:20:18 9DE5592C40D84691BE2A2D8764911E1D_ Global [AntiSpam & Content Filtering] has been Disabled.
but after scan mta doesnt route to message to post office connector.
The logs do not sow any obvious errors, assuming you have taken note of some of the considerations as stated in the readme.rtf file I cannot see any obvious errors. If you also enable the Spam Filter (in addition to the AV) does this make any difference?