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    gnoul is offline Active Member
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    Smile Is this Zimbra bug?

    Recently, the mail disk was full. I received alarm email and deleted file to save the disk. After that, weekly I still receive old alarm email . I don't know why, I think this is bug of Zimbra.

    I am using ZCS 5.0.18_GA_3011.RHEL5_20090707164432 CentOS5 FOSS edition.

    Anyone can help me to stop those dummy email?

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    Hmmm. "weekly I still receive old alarm email" same with before delete some files ?

    Please Your hdd capacity check?

    $ df -h

    I received warning when disk is 87 % or more in used

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    I checked carefully and guarantee the disk is not full, now is 16% used. I dont know why the alarm still sent. The date is used in email re-use with the first alarm email.

    I think zimbramon is getting the bug

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    hm... im not getting your problem =D, have read logging?

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    Hm..., if not necessary need alarm u should created filter using mail filter =D, but this is stuppid idea from my =)

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