[antispam-f] Re: ERR: there's no message 0

  • From: "lists (ww)" <lists@xxxxxxxx>
  • To: antispam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 08 Jul 2006 10:36:17 +1200

On 08 Jul, Jeremy C B Nicoll <Jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Telnetting into the mail server and issuing POP3 commands manually
> is a good way of diagnosing problems like this, but if you've never
> done so before, maybe a bit techie.  I could send you instruction
> for how to do this if you want to explore that possibility.  

Thank you - I'd like to try that. Do send me instruction.

> That aside, if this problem happens at message 49/100 you should be
> able to tell AS on its next run to deal with only the first 48
> messages which will at least retrieve them. 

49/100 was a guess, as the fetch was so fast. By webmail-deleting the
first 45 messages I tried to isolate somewhat the problem email from
the others. But as it happened the next fetch with AS was uneventful.
Maybe the mails were listed differently.

On 08 Jul, Frank de Bruijn <antispam@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > 07 Jul 09:08:15 100 Box 5: lists/etc
> > 07 Jul 09:08:45 030 -ERR There's no message 0. (0)
> > 07 Jul 09:08:48 100 Finished box 5
> That's the application log. What's in the mailbox log?

I couldn't find any reference to "message 0" in a search of the
mailbox log, nor in all my mailbox logs. Perhaps it's too late now.

> As Jeremy suggested, it looks like AntiSpam is asking for some
> action on message 0, which the server obviously doesn't know about
> (an -ERR message is always a response from the server).




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