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    Default web gui send mail error after unclean shutdown

    I Have a similar problem as:

    mystery solved: unclean shutdown causes redo.log to be owned by root:root

    I have used zmfixperms but it does not seem to have fixed it. I run Zimbra on Mandriva:

    zimbra-core-4.5.6_GA_1044.MANDRIVA2006-20070706142809

    The problem occured after a power off and running fsck on the drive that holds zimbra.

    For some users they get the following message when trying to send using the web GUI.
    msg - system failure: indexMessage caught IOException
    code - service.FAILURE
    method - ZmCsfeCommand.prototype.invoke
    detail - soap:Receiver

    Any advise?

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    Thumbs up solution

    it seems mail for some users where not delivered internally with
    451 4.0.0 temporary mail failure.

    Requeueing the e-mails were not solving the issue

    I selected each mailbox on the Admin UI, edit and then re-index the mailbox.

    Went to mail queues, and re-queued the mails and they got delivered to
    the mailboxes.

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