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Thread: 8.0.2 - All messages getting stuck in the deferred queue

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    carletonb is offline Starter Member
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    Default 8.0.2 - All messages getting stuck in the deferred queue

    Hi folks,

    I am running a fresh install of 8.0.2 on CentOS x64 and am having every outbound message in the "Deferred" queue with the following error:

    host ::1[::1] said: 451 4.7.1 id=03504-01 - temporary mta failure on relaying, from mta(smtp:[::1]:10029): 451 4.7.1 service unavailable - try again later (in reply to end of data command)
    Does anybody know what could be causing this? Port 10029 **appears** to have something to do with OpenDKIM but I'm not entirely sure what's going on here.

    Thanks in advance.

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    SeanG is offline Zimbra Employee
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    This bug and workaround should help: Bug 79377 – IPv6 issues with amavis/opendkim/milter/postfix since 8.0.2

    It looks like there are some problems with our DKIM build and IPv6.
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    cshepherd is offline Active Member
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    This workaround helped me as well. Do we just wait for 8.0.3 for the patch?

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