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    Default Fetchmail not deliver to zimbra mta socket error

    Hi,

    I am new to Zimbra. I installed zimbra open source edition and checking on it.

    I go with the wiki and forum and found lot of usefull details. I installed and configured my server successfully with these details.

    I configured my zimbra as split domain and download mails from my isp server with catchall account and fetchmail.

    My problem is that some mails with small size has been downloaded and delivered to zimbra mta and mailbox successfully. But some mails with sligtl large size has been downloaded but not delivered to zimbra mta. It generates Socket Error. This size is smaller than the defined mail size in zimbra administration console. I can't understand where is the problem?

    Any one can help me.

    Thanks in advance.

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    You've given no details of the size of the emails nor the maximum size allowed on your server.
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    Hi,

    I can able to deliver message with size 10590 octets (bytes), Larger than this size not delivered. I set 10000 KB as maximum size in administration console.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sraodc View Post
    I can able to deliver message with size 10590 octets (bytes), Larger than this size not delivered. I set 10000 KB as maximum size in administration console.
    You need to increase the maximum upload size to at least 30% larger than you largest message.
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    Hi,

    I set 10240KB as maximum message size in Global Settings --> MTA & maximum upload size of file for Document and Briefcase in Global Settings --> General Information in administration console.

    And i delivered a message with 407KB thru fetchmail, but it fails with same SOCKET ERROR (2) message.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by sraodc View Post
    I set 10240KB as maximum message size in Global Settings --> MTA
    That isn't 30% larger than the original setting you had, you'll want to set it to (something like) 13312KB.
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    Hi,

    Sorry.

    I have changed the setting to 1024000KB for the same message (407KB), but not succeeded.

    Thanks

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