A few hours ago I installed MailEnable Enterprise Edition on a fresh Windows Server 2016, After some testing why the mails where not getting delivered to the mailbox I found out that the mails where getting lost in the "Mail Transfer Agent":
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Processing file C760C67E411B4CE489D634A469383DA6.MAI from queue SMTP
ME-MTA-INFO : Routing message (C760C67E411B4CE489D634A469383DA6.MAI) from (SMTP) to 1 recipient(s).
ME-MTA-ROUTE [C760C67E411B4CE489D634A469383DA6.MAI] from [SMTP] Connector queued to [SF] Connector as [8844D74A9AD64A8D9BECFD9048302025.MAI]
ME-MTA-ERROR Internal Error: (Error 3) Message (C760C67E411B4CE489D634A469383DA6.MAI) could not be transferred from [SMTP] Connector to [SF] Connector. The message could not be copied to E:\Mail Enable\Queues\SF\Outgoing\Messages\8844D74A9AD64A8D9BECFD9048302025.MAI. It has been bad mailed.
Debug 114: Message (C760C67E411B4CE489D634A469383DA6.MAI) has been copied to the system BadMail directory
"E:\Mail Enable" only contained "Config" and "Queues" and under "Queues" there was only the "smtp" folder.
After copying the folder structure from "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mail Enable" to "E:\Mail Enable" everything started working.
Sinds "E:\Mail Enable\Bad Mail" also didn't exist I'm guessing those emails got lost? (They are not in "E:\Mail Enable\Queues\smtp\Inbound")
I used "E:\Mail Enable" as "Configuration Repository", "E:\Mail Enable\POSTOFFICES" as "Message Store Repository" and the licence was not applied yet. Did I do something wrong or is this a bug?