Plesk 11.x / Linux :: Statistics Report Errors For Mailing Lists
Aug 26, 2012
When executing "statistics" these errors occur:
WARNING during statistics_collector execution: : statistics_collector: Unable to get dir size of /var/lib/mailman/lists/14
System error 2: No such file or directory
statistics_collector: Unable to get dir size of /var/lib/mailman/archives/private/14.mbox
System error 2: No such file or directory
statistics_collector: Unable to get dir size of /var/lib/mailman/archives/private/14
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There seems to be confusion and documentation conflicts around whether we should be whitelisting localhost or not when using Mailing Lists.
In this documentation it suggests that localhost is no longer needed, and in fact needs to be removed from the whitelist if Outbound Spam protection is to function correctly: [URL] ....
But on the other hand, this documentation suggests to add localhost to the whitelists, even though the warning says otherwise, and that outgoing mailing list mail will still be processed by Outgoing Spam Control. [URL] ....
Through trial and error, i've found that my mailing lists were not able to send mail to external email accounts unless localhost is whitelisted.
If I want all mail scripts to be going through the Outbound Spam Control, and also having my mailing lists working, should I be adding localhost to my whitelist?
I'm looking for a way to get a report of the top domains that are continuously greylisted so I can determine which ones need to be put on the "domains- whitelist" because they use different IPs when resending, causing very long delays (hours/days/never) for each message sent.We're using Plesk11 on CentOS 6.4 with Postfix and the Plesk built-in Greylisting option enabled.
I have a client/friend who I am developing a website for and they want a mailing list feature.
I have a shared-hosting account and they have quite strict mailing list policies.
Firstly, they require a double opt-in for each contact, so that each address is validated. I have discussed this with the client, who run an events company, most of the email addresses they receive are taken from attendees who write their email down at the event. They would rather not have to verify each email address before adding to list.
My other concern is whether my hosting will be able to handle the mailing list. There seems to be quite strict limitations on amount of emails that can be sent (1 every 8 seconds).
I have no idea as to the volume of the list, they do not have any emails at the moment, but as the list and company grows I am worried there may be problems which I would rather not have to deal with.
Is mailing on shared-hosting often a done-thing, or should I suggest a third-party mailing solution?
I'm currently experiencing a problem on several accounts on the same server. It seems that the mailing lists sections of Cpanel keeps sending out emails that don't exist.
For example, I have one of my sites set up with a moderated mailing list. When an email comes in, I get an email telling me that I have something waiting to be approved. Well, I got about 100 in 2 days and there's nothing there to be approved. Actually it's the SAME message over and over.
I have several clients with the same issues where the mailing lists keeps sending out old emails but the same ones over and over.
I've just came across an issue with mailing list on a Linux server. Problem is that when a message is broadcasted from a mailing list having around 1500 subscribers, most of them having @yahoo.com and @hotmail.com addresses, message to most of the recepients fails with following error...
Code: 2009-07-09 12:26:25 1MOn2u-0001CB-QJ SMTP error from remote mail server after RCPT TO:<email@example.com>: host c.mx.mail.yahoo.com [184.108.40.206]: 452 Too many recipients It is becuase exim tries to send a message to as many recepients as it could to users on same domain
On a Windows server, i was running Merak mail server and there was an option to send separate message to all mailing list subscribers, but i don't know where it could be located in exim config, or even if it has!
we have a problem with internal statistics in one of our servers with plesk, statistics don't update, trying command line at server with "/usr/local/psa/ admin/sbin/statistics --calculate-one --domain-name=domain.tld" we have this result:
WARNING during statistics_collector execution: : statistics: Statistics info parsing error: Number value is out of range for expected type. Error occured at offset 856, character '9'.
[2015-06-29 11:17:29] ERR [statistics: Statistics info parsing error: Number value is out of range for expected type. Error occured at offset 856, character '9'.] ERROR during statistics_collector execution:
We can update some domains from command line, but others fail and cron dont update any, maybe if one fail the cron command stop working?
The sql server I have my users use is on a different server from which plesk is installed. Plesk should include the size of the user's databases from the external server as well otherwise the user can have a database as large as he wants. It's no longer restricted by the plans limits.
OS: CentOS 6.5 (Final) Plesk version: 12.0.18 Update #16, last updated at Sept 11, 2014 04:07 AM PHP: 5.4.32
we created a new mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org and we tried to send a message, as administrator, to the list and to the temporary users subscribed.But Mailman dones't send anything ! And we receive this error:
On the dashboard (intro page) there is the option "Outgoing Mail Control" and there the link "See report". When clicking on "See report" I get a "Warning: Permission denied." error message when being logged in as the full administrator. Is this due to an error in an update or what is going on here?
After changing website domain name (from development one -dev-domain.com- to production one) we have this error in fail2ban.log :
2015-02-01 06:46:41,176 fail2ban.filter : ERROR Unable to open /var/www/vhosts/system/dev-domain.com/logs/proxy_access_log 2015-02-01 06:46:41,176 fail2ban.filter : ERROR [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/www/vhosts/system/dev-domain.com/logs/proxy_access_log' Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/server/filter.py", line 520, in getFailures has_content = container.open() File "/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/server/filter.py", line 601, in open self.__handler = open(self.__filename) IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/var/www/vhosts/system/dev-domain.com/logs/proxy_access_log'
I just migrated a bunch of domains from plesk 11.5. Everything appears to be working well however when examining the maillog, I am seeing some strange errors... In this example, the message was delivered and had the spamassassin stuff in the header.
spamd: handle_user unable to find user: 'email@example.com'