Emails not sending from copier, after server crash
our server crashed the other day, but is now back up and running again. I don't think there were many changes to the server, however, the copier is no longer sending scans via email to our internal users.
The device has not changed at all.
My biggest question, is - Is there a specific program or service that needs to be running on the server that the copier is pointing to, (other than SMTP), in order for the scanned documents to be sent. (During the Troubleshooting on the server, I needed to disable a few services, but they should be running again)
Note: (not sure if this is important or not) We are running with Lotus Notes and the domino server is also running on this server.
Also possibly worth mentioning, the primary NIC has a fault and now using the secondary onboard NIC, configured with the exact same details as the primary NIC, (before changing and disabling the primary NIC)
Any help would be greatly appreciated, as the over the phone support provided by Panasonic was useless.
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This happens when we don't have a backup of our important documents , In your case I would recommend you the below steps :-
Analyze if you really want the important documents that you have lost , or you can leave without them , and can start from all over again as if you have just installed a new operating system.
If you feel you can start all over again, then I would say that go ahead , but please make sure that you get an external hard drive , or keep a backup of your important files in multiple sources , in case you have a crash as you have described , at least your important data can be safe.
So even if your system crashes next time , you can be rest assured that your documents , or emails are stored safely in an external source , from which you can copy and get back your documents to your laptop for further work.
If you want your documents back , probably not all but some of them , I suggests you install a data recovery software like recover my files from www.recovermyfiles.com- You can dwonload only a trial version from this link , however it would help you at least check the documents that you can possibly recover.
It's better to be safe than sorry , so start backing up your documents, procedures for setting up email etc , for dealing with a crash next time....:)
Hope this helps...:) your feedback would be appreciated.
It crashes because of EA :) They have problem with their servers and I think they've been shut down servers for a while. That's why you can't play online. But when I play offline, I can't save the game in any point or otherwise it says "Save failed" for plenty of times. I don't know why :)
I ran into this problem back in October and found a solution. By default EWS limits attachment sizes to ~ 8MB. You can customize the size limit by making changes on the Exchange 2007 server.
C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\ClientAccess\Owa\web.configandC:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\ClientAccess\exchweb\EWS\web.config Path will vary depending on your Exchange installation. Search for maxRequestLength in both files. Replace with a figure that doubles the actual allowed file size. In my testing 50000KB = 25MB attachment being allowed. Note there are other settings in the GUI of Exchange that can also limit file send size and are well documented in Microsoft KB. Note2: You will have to make this change again after every Exchange service pack. MicahRomo
Due to yours is RAID 0. I don`t think you still can recover any of your data if you have backup before then you are very lucky. I recommend that you should use RAID 3 or higher. Please refer to this link for more details http://www.acnc.com/04_01_00.html cheers
A couple of questions for you...
1) What do you mean by 'crash'? How do you know its crashed?
2) Can you look in the Windows Event Viewer to see if there are any warning/error messages in the Application or System logs around the time of the starting or crashing of your web site on port 80? If so, anything that suggests the issue. If you don't understand the errors, try posting some of them here.
3) Is there any other web server running on port 80? If your running Internet Information Server, open the Internet Information Server Manager (mmc) console and click on "Web Sites" and it should list all the sites in the right pane. If you have anything 'running' on port 80, it will conflict.
4) Are you running Apache or any other web server on the system? If so, you're going to need to look at those configurations as well.
5) How about any other applications that might have a built in web server?