i have seen this error now at two different customer sites. The POA writes this message in his log-file. Has anybody seen this error and maybe a solution to solve this ? We get this error since we updatet to GW2012 latest SP.
I know this is an old thread, but the only match google could find.
I see exactly the same. Started after GW 2012 SP2 upgrade from SP1, on SLES 11 SP2. Error Messages are forwarded to post office admin, the admin error messages comes in sets of 8 messages with 100% equal contents. We have no User moves in progress.
Error that occurred: D109-Bad parameter Type of message: DOWNLOADED status Date/Time: Tuesday, 1 October 2013 8:41am Type of message: Messaging update Message passed to server by: <USERID or PO-Admin UserID??> To requeue, save the last attachment to <post office path>\WPCSOUT\OFS\0
Error that occurred: D109-Bad parameter Type of message: DOWNLOADED status Date/Time: Monday, 30 September 2013 8:13am Type of message: Messaging update Message passed to server by: <USERID or PO-Admin UserID??> To requeue, save the last attachment to <post office path>\WPCSOUT\OFS\0
Just a simple GW system with one GWIA, one MTA and two POA's.
But when you mention status messages, we do have a antivirus/spam that uses the GWIA 3rd/send and 3rd/receive catalogs. It could be something regarding status messages from GWIA back to the MTA/POA that gets messages messed up by the antivirus/spam software.
But the antivirus/spam has worked from GW7-2012SP1 without any problems, but we might have messages where status (etc. sent) is not updated after GWIA has sent the messages - but no users have reported that. Maybe GW 2012 SP2 have changes error detection and that results in the admin messages.
I will try to run a debug log on the antivirus/spam software.
Further to what I've asked above. Just be aware that status messages are processed internally by the post office for mail delivered within the post office, and by the mta only if a different post office is in play. Is it possible to narrow down which post office, or mta is generating the error messages. It is possible that you have a corrupt status message in a queue somewhere causing this.
Seems to be related to users with both a normal on-line GW client and a GW client configured in cache mode. Both clients and agents are 2012 SP2.
The specific user had 32 messages auto deleted in the cache clients junk mail, the messages had deletion time at the exact time as the D109 errors was seen on the POA and received by the POA Administrator. No new mails (GWIA/SMTP) was received -/ 5 minutes from the deletion time.
I'm guessing that this happens because the POA no longer have the original message that the cache client has auto deleted. Because the on-line client had already deleted it.