MailEnable Standard latest install (Update)
Nothing added, all standard.
OK, this just started the other day.
Prior to the 19th of May, 2018, mail had been working flawlessly.
But now, all incoming mail in Queued.
Looking at the Messaging Route Trace Utility.
I see this.
=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Result: [EA7244C1E63E4FBD800CB6556672DD1B.MAI] is waiting in the SMTP inbound message queue to be routed by the MTA Service.
This most likely means that the MTA service has not had sufficient time to route the message.
I did the most recent update as well, to make sure that was not an issue.
But, still, no go.
I removed everything out of the Queue into an outside folder.
Sent one email to the server, and it is the only one there, and it is still not sending to the mailbox.
Checking the log, for a test message I see nothing wrong there.
Everything is as it should be, to receiving mail into the server.
I performed the following.
Stop and Started - MTA and SMTP
Cleared the [Bad Mail] Folder (It needed cleaning anyway, a lot fo catchAll)
Also, the other day, when this all started.
I shut down my server for some maintenance.
I booted it back on, and all virtual machines.
Everything loaded without an issue.
I downloaded the Real-Time Activity Monitor.
And I see in the MTA, it is filling up quickly with
- Lost election for SMTP connector
Lost election for SF connector
Lost election for POP connector
Lost election for List Server connector
So, I can receive, just not deliver to the mailboxes.
Any ideas on this one?