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Quarantine reports are not being delivered


OS: Windows; IceWarp Server Version: 11/10

 

AntiSpam

 

Introduction

If you run into an issue where Quarantine reports are not being delivered, use the screenshots below to make sure you have the correct options enabled.

 

Solution

  • Make sure the Quarantine module is set to Active


AntiSpam > Quarantine > Quarantine tab

 


 

  • Make sure the Quarantine service is enabled for the particular user, under the Policies tab


Domains & Accounts > Management > <your domain> > <the user> > Policies tab

 


 

  • Make sure that Enable quarantine reports box is ticked, and that the Sender and From fields are properly filled out, otherwise the emails come from a blank address. Also change the Log Level should not be set to None.

AntiSpam > Action > Reports tab


 

  • After all these things are setup properly, check through your quarantine list and see if you see emails coming from an address like <>@127.0.0.1 with a subject of "Quarantine Report". If you do see them in your quarantine, then allow them to be delivered. Once this happens you should see the reports come through, and any future reports should work after this correction.

 


There is also a way to check if the reports are running correctly. Follow these steps:

  •  open a web browser to this location:

    http://mail.domain.com/reports/challengelist.html

  • You should see a script run and it will tell you a report about what accounts were updated and if there are any errors to report. At the very end you should see OK. If you see errors or do not receive quarantine reports to the accounts that have mail in the quarantine list, then contact support with a link to view the challengelist.html and we will see what else can be checked.

 

Errors in Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail


Errors in Windows Mail and Windows Live Mail

 

Below is a list of handy Outlook Express Error Codes. 

Applies to :

  • Windows Live Mail
  • Windows Mail in Windows Vista\

 

The following list of error codes may be returned in Windows Mail or in Windows Live Mail if a failure occurs when you send mail or when you receive mail.

 

General errors

 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCC00 IXP_E_LOAD_SICILY_FAILED Authentication did not load
0x800CCC01 IXP_E_INVALID_CERT_CN Invalid certificate content
0x800CCC02 IXP_E_INVALID_CERT_DATE Invalid certificate date
0x800CCC03 IXP_E_ALREADY_CONNECTED User already connected
0x800CCC04 IXP_E_CONN Not available
0x800CCC05 IXP_E_NOT_CONNECTED Not connected to server
0x800CCC06 IXP_E_CONN_SEND Not available
0x800CCC07 IXP_E_WOULD_BLOCK Not available
0x800CCC08 IXP_E_INVALID_STATE Not available
0x800CCC09 IXP_E_CONN_RECV Not available
0x800CCC0A IXP_E_INCOMPLETE Message download incomplete
0x800CCC0B IXP_E_BUSY Server or mail drop is busy
0x800CCC0C IXP_E_NOT_INIT Not available
0x800CCC0D IXP_E_CANT_FIND_HOST Cannot locate server
0x800CCC0E IXP_E_FAILED_TO_CONNECT Cannot connect to server
0x800CCC0F IXP_E_CONNECTION_DROPPED Connection closed
0x800CCC10 IXP_E_INVALID_ADDRESS Address not known on server
0x800CCC11 IXP_E_INVALID_ADDRESS_LIST Mailing list not known on server
0x800CCC12 IXP_E_SOCKET_READ_ERROR Unable to send Winsock request
0x800CCC13 IXP_E_SOCKET_WRITE_ERROR Unable to read Winsock reply
0x800CCC14 IXP_E_SOCKET_INIT_ERROR Unable to initialize Winsock
0x800CCC15 IXP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT_ERROR Unable to open Windows Socket
0x800CCC16 IXP_E_INVALID_ACCOUNT User account not recognized
0x800CCC17 IXP_E_USER_CANCEL User canceled operation
0x800CCC18 IXP_E_SICILY_LOGON_FAILED Logon attempt failed
0x800CCC19 IXP_E_TIMEOUT Not available
0x800CCC1A IXP_E_SECURE_CONNECT_FAILED Unable to connect by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

 

Winsock errors

 
 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCC40 IXP_E_WINSOCK_WSASYSNOTREADY Network subsystem is unusable
0x800CCC41 IXP_E_WINSOCK_WSAVERNOTSUPPORTED Windows Sockets cannot support this application
0x800CCC42 IXP_E_WINSOCK_WSAEPROCLIM Not available
0x800CCC43 IXP_E_WINSOCK_WSAEFAULT Bad address
0x800CCC44 IXP_E_WINSOCK_FAILED_WSASTARTUP Unable to load Windows Sockets
0x800CCC45 IXP_E_WINSOCK_WSAEINPROGRESS Operation now in progress (This error occurs if a Windows Sockets API is called while a blocking function is in progress)

 

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) errors

 
 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCC60 IXP_E_SMTP_RESPONSE_ERROR Invalid response
0x800CCC61 IXP_E_SMTP_UNKNOWN_RESPONSE_CODE Unknown error code
0x800CCC62 IXP_E_SMTP_500_SYNTAX_ERROR Syntax error returned
0x800CCC63 IXP_E_SMTP_501_PARAM_SYNTAX Parameter syntax incorrect
0x800CCC64 IXP_E_SMTP_502_COMMAND_NOTIMPL Command not implemented
0x800CCC65 IXP_E_SMTP_503_COMMAND_SEQ Incorrect command sequence
0x800CCC66 IXP_E_SMTP_504_COMMAND_PARAM_NOTIMPL Command not implemented
0x800CCC67 IXP_E_SMTP_421_NOT_AVAILABLE Command not available
0x800CCC68 IXP_E_SMTP_450_MAILBOX_BUSY Mailbox is locked and busy
0x800CCC69 IXP_E_SMTP_550_MAILBOX_NOT_FOUND Mailbox not found
0x800CCC6A IXP_E_SMTP_451_ERROR_PROCESSING Error processing request
0x800CCC6B IXP_E_SMTP_551_USER_NOT_LOCAL User mailbox is known, but mailbox not on this server
0x800CCC6C IXP_E_SMTP_452_NO_SYSTEM_STORAGE No space to store messages
0x800CCC6D IXP_E_SMTP_552_STORAGE_OVERFLOW Storage limit exceeded
0x800CCC6E IXP_E_SMTP_553_MAILBOX_NAME_SYNTAX Invalid mailbox name syntax
0x800CCC6F IXP_E_SMTP_554_TRANSACT_FAILED Transaction failed
0x800CCC78 IXP_E_SMTP_REJECTED_SENDER Unknown sender (This error occurs because you have the incorrect e-mail address in the Reply-To field)
0x800CCC79 IXP_E_SMTP_REJECTED_RECIPIENTS Server rejected recipients
0x800CCC7A IXP_E_SMTP_NO_SENDER No sender address specified
0x800CCC7B IXP_E_SMTP_NO_RECIPIENTS No recipients specified

 

HTTPMail error

 
 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCC31 IXP_E_HTTP_BAD_REQUEST Bad request configuration, or bad or malformed request

 

Network News Transport Protocol (NNTP) errors

 
 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCCA0 IXP_E_NNTP_RESPONSE_ERROR News server response error
0x800CCCA1 IXP_E_NNTP_NEWGROUPS_FAILED Newsgroup access failed
0x800CCCA2 IXP_E_NNTP_LIST_FAILED LIST command to server failed
0x800CCCA3 IXP_E_NNTP_LISTGROUP_FAILED Unable to display list
0x800CCCA4 IXP_E_NNTP_GROUP_FAILED Unable to open group
0x800CCCA5 IXP_E_NNTP_GROUP_NOTFOUND Group not on server
0x800CCCA6 IXP_E_NNTP_ARTICLE_FAILED Message not on server
0x800CCCA7 IXP_E_NNTP_HEAD_FAILED Message header not found
0x800CCCA8 IXP_E_NNTP_BODY_FAILED Message body not found
0x800CCCA9 IXP_E_NNTP_POST_FAILED Unable to post to server
0x800CCCAA IXP_E_NNTP_NEXT_FAILED Unable to open next message
0x800CCCAB IXP_E_NNTP_DATE_FAILED Unable to display date
0x800CCCAC IXP_E_NNTP_HEADERS_FAILED Unable to display headers
0x800CCCAD IXP_E_NNTP_XHDR_FAILED Unable to display MIME headers
0x800CCCAE IXP_E_NNTP_INVALID_USERPASS Invalid user or password

 

Remote access errors

 
 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCCC2 IXP_E_RAS_NOT_INSTALLED Remote access or dial-up networking not installed
0x800CCCC3 IXP_E_RAS_PROCS_NOT_FOUND Remote access or dial-up networking process not found
0x800CCCC4 IXP_E_RAS_ERROR Remote access or dial-up networking error returned
0x800CCCC5 IXP_E_RAS_INVALID_CONNECTOID Connectoid damaged or missing
0x800CCCC6 IXP_E_RAS_GET_DIAL_PARAMS Error obtaining dial settings

 

Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) errors 

 
 
Error codeError typeDescription
0x800CCCD1 IXP_E_IMAP_LOGINFAILURE Logon failed
0x800CCCD2 IXP_E_IMAP_TAGGED_NO_RESPONSE Message tagged
0x800CCCD3 IXP_E_IMAP_BAD_RESPONSE Invalid response to request
0x800CCCD4 IXP_E_IMAP_SVR_SYNTAXERR Syntax error
0x800CCCD5 IXP_E_IMAP_NOTIMAPSERVER Not an IMAP server
0x800CCCD6 IXP_E_IMAP_BUFFER_OVERFLOW Buffer limit exceeded
0x800CCCD7 IXP_E_IMAP_RECVR_ERROR Recovery error
0x800CCCD8 IXP_E_IMAP_INCOMPLETE_LINE Incomplete data
0x800CCCD9 IXP_E_IMAP_CONNECTION_REFUSED Connection not allowed
0x800CCCDA IXP_E_IMAP_UNRECOGNIZED_RESP Unknown response
0x800CCCDB IXP_E_IMAP_CHANGEDUID User ID has changed
0x800CCCDC IXP_E_IMAP_UIDORDER User ID command failed
0x800CCCDD IXP_E_IMAP_UNSOLICITED_BYE Unexpected disconnect
0x800CCCDE IXP_E_IMAP_IMPROPER_SVRSTATE Invalid server state
0x800CCCDF IXP_E_IMAP_AUTH_NOT_POSSIBLE Unable to authorize client
0x800CCCE0 IXP_E_IMAP_OUT_OF_AUTH_METHODS

No more authorization types

 
 
 
For more information visit Microsoft official Support website

What Happens When the TRIAL Installation Expires?


Expiration of the TRIAL installation 

 

The trial version of Icewarp has no limitations in its features, however -

Trial 1

After 30 days Icewarp will still function, WebMail will cease to function, and no further configuration changes can be made.

 

Trial 2

 

After a further 30 days (60 days from installation) Icewarp will cease to function.

You can see license and pricing options here.

How to Set Icewarp to Fulfill the License Requirements (e.g. lice...


You may get an error from Icewarp indicating that the number of users for your license has been exceeded.

This can occur with add-ons you have purchased which have their own specific licenses for a restricted number of users.

In the Licenses dialog, a special flag is shown by the add-on product for which you have set more users than the license allows.

Config - License - Main Dialog

The number in the Accounts column will show how many users you have this engine licensed for. If you have more users set to use the engine than you are licensed for the number of extra users will be shown in the exceed column.

If your Access mode is not set to All Accounts then you can double-click a Product to see which accounts are set to use that Product.

You can decrease the number of users using a service via the Options tab of a Domain or a User.

The following screenshot shows the Services Access box for a domain. It shows that all users in this domain are using the Anti-spam, Anti-virus, Instant Messaging, and GroupWare Products.

Domains - Miscellaneous Tab - Service Access Section

If the checkboxes are grayed out and you can't check/uncheck them, click here to learn how to change your Global settings.

Alternatively, you can upgrade your license to take your extra Users into account.

You can easily modify a range of Accounts by creating a Group Account containing the accounts you wish to modify and changing the setting for the Group.

You can also use the TOOL command to make multiple changes.

for example TOOL modify account *@* U_IM 0 would disable Instant messaging for all accounts

See the Administration Manual for further details

Where Can I Find the Reference Key?


The Reference Key is generated by Icewarp Email Server and is unique for the machine you install Icewarp on. You may need to find this key if you migrate Icewarp to a new server or if you need to retrieve your License.

 

On IceWarp Windows Installation

You can find your unique Reference Key in the Icewarp Configuration Console when you click Help > Licenses

The Reference ID is the number you are looking for.

Console screenshot

 

Another option is to check web administration console (webadmin). Enter your administration URL into browser "http://<domain:port>/admin/" and log in with an account that has administrator rights.

In the tree on left side click on licence, the Reference ID is the item you are looking for.

 

 

On IceWarp Linux Installation

You can find your unique Reference Key in the Icewarp Remote config when you click Help > Licenses (see Console screenshot).

You can also use web administration. Enter your administration URL into browser "http://<domain:port>/admin/" and log in with an account that has administrator rights.

 

In the tree on left side click on licence, the Reference ID is the item you are looking for. You essentially have the same options as an administrator on Windows, but you can also use the Wizard to get the Reference Key.

Navigate to IceWarp instal folder (by default /opt/icewarp/) and run wizard.sh, press enter and select "licence operations" by pressing the number next to it. In licence operations select 

"Display reference key"

 

Wizzard commands

 

How Can I Backup/Restore My License/Settings in Case of a Disk/Se...


License and Settings Backup

After you have purchased and entered the Live license Key to your Icewarp Mail Server and after you have configured your server in the way you want to use it, you should use our Backup Settings feature. You can find it in the File menu.

Backup Settings  

This will backup all the information you set up, including:

  • Icewarp\Config folder (complete Icewarp server configuration and license information)
  • Icewarp\Webmail\Config folder (complete Webmail configuration)
  • Icewarp\Calendar folder (complete GroupWare configuration including all the entries such as Events, Tasks, etc.)
  • Icewarp\Spam folder (complete Instant AntiSpam settings including the Spam Reference Base)
  • Icewarp \Mail folder (all your emails, and savings untill the date of the backup)

This can be done also from the Main Menu > System tab > Tools > System Backup

System Backup

 

Alternative, you can backup your emails by going to the Main Menu > Mail tab > Archive

Archive Backup

 

For backing up your License information, we recommend using the Export License feature, from Help Menu . This will save your license information in a .XML file.

 

Export License

 

 You may, at this point, on your new machine, update the current license, by navigating at our website 

 

Install Icewarp on your new or fixed server and use the Restore Settings option in the File menu.

Restore Settings

 

Browse for the zip/rar file you have located on your filesystem (by default : C:\Program Files (x86)\IceWarp\backup), and all your settings will be restored.

 

Why there is an attachment called winmail.dat included in the rec...


Why there is an attachment called winmail.dat included in the received mail?

Applicable only with Outlook 2007 and older versions

This is a feature of older versions of Outlook and Outlook Express. The winmail.dat file contains data to preserve message formatting. It applies only if e-mail is sent in RTF format (Outlook Rich Text format)

Further details can be found in the Microsoft knowledge base at http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;us-en;278061

 

 

How can I setup the JAJC IM client to work with the IceWarp IM Se...


OS: Windows; IceWarp Server Version: 11/10

Configuring JAJC Jabber client

Once you download the JAJC Jabber client, you'll need to configure your client to connect to your Icewarp Mail Server. Here's how:

  • Install the client
  • Open the JAJC client. When the JAJC client runs for the first time it will load a wizard.





  • If you already have an email account on a Icewarp server then you will choose 'Yes' for the existing account question.



    Enter the following information in the 'Account Wizard' window: (leave the next screen as it is shown with 'Direct Connection' selected and all other fields blank.)
    • Server: mail.domain.com (for the initial setup, the wizard must have the actual address of the Icewarp server)
    • Name: Joe (enter your screen name)
    • Password: enter your password
    • Click on Next




  • Click Next




    At this time, the wizard should successfully connect you to the server.




    At this time it will look as though the IM client is connected and working, but there is a flaw with the setup.
    If you look at the image below you will see that the account is listed as joe@mail.Icewarpmailserver.com.
    The problem is that joe is not joe@mail.Icewarpmailserver.com but joe@Icewarpmailserver.com without the mail sub domain.


    To resolve this:
    • Click the bulb icon
    • Choose Tools
    • Choose Accounts
    • Click Setup




    The Account settings will open and these changes should be made:
    • Account Default is fine, if you want more than one username to use this IM client then you will need to create additional profiles.
    • Username: joe (Use the username you use to connect to Icewarp Mail Server)
    • Password: enter your password
    • Server: domain.com (This must be the email domain as listed in Icewarp Mail Server and should be changed from 'mail.domain.com' that was used in the wizard)
    • Create New Account: As long as you already have an email account in Icewarp this should not be checked.
    • Resource: Default (You can type whatever you want here, for instance, work/office/home as multiple resources can be connected to the server under one account)
    • DO NOT click OK Choose the Connection tab at the top of the window.




    In the Connection window:
    • Check: Connect by IP/Hostname (This will allow the IM client to know where to find your Icewarp Mail Server while allowing the user to properly authenticate to the correct 'domain'.
    • Server IP: Use either the IP address or the servers proper DNS Hostname (mail.domain.com)
    • Check: Use SSL (This will automatically change the port number to 5223)
    • Click OK




    Once finished the IM client should provide a popup for the SSL Certificate.
    Select Add this host and Continue


    You will know that you are properly connected when the Icewarp server will prompt the IM client for the vCard info. You can fill this out now or later.


    At this point your JAJC client should be properly connected to the Icewarp Instant Messaging Service and you can now add users and communicate.

How do I reject messages which were sent with an empty Mail From ...


This filter is not recommended because most notification messages and some messages from mailing lists are sent with an empty Mail From.

To reject such messages you have to create a Content Filter which will match these messages.

Go to the Mail Service  > Rules > Content Filters tab > Add button. Choose the Where Sender Matches some words condition and Reject/Accept/Delete message action.

 

 

Click on some word link and choose Matches (RegEx) in the Function pull-down menu. Now fill ^$ in the String text field (explanation - ^ denotes the start of the string and $ denotes the end so here you are looking for a string with nothing between the start and the finish, an empty string).

 

 

Confirm it by clicking OK. Reject action is chosen by default so you do not have to change that. Don't forget to give a  titile to the Content Filter if not done  already. Finish it by clicking OK again and the filter will be set properly.

Tip: You can set the action to copy to email address so you can audit the rejected messages.

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