Error messages in mobility-agent.log

Hello,

after several months of "just running" I had to check my mobility server
today, because my smartphone stopped syncing.

In mobility-agent.log I found this line several times:
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ERROR [Device_Thread-23] [DeviceInterface:1281] [userID:] [eventID:]
[objectID:] [Server] Global Exception handler global name
'ResolveRecipients' is not defined
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./mobility/lib/device/DeviceInterface.py", line 1068, in ashandler
NameError: global name 'ResolveRecipients' is not defined

and

ERROR [Device_Thread-20] [sync:3832] [userID:xxxx.yyyy] [eventID:]
[objectID:] [Sync] Error returned from removeEventsForObjectAndFolder
for eventId default.pipeline1.groupwise.ca6e56f77d2211e9b7fb928b6142f488: 1

and
FatalSSLAlert: [('SSL routines', 'SSL3_WRITE_BYTES', 'ssl handshake
failure')]

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Google has no helpful hits at all and so I can´t really deal with it.
"Abort, Retry, Ignore"?

System is GW2014R2 14.2.2 Build 145

with thanks in advance
Gotthard

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  • In article <LLwFE.419$di.314@novprvlin0913.provo.novell.com>, Gotthard Anger
    wrote:
    > after several months of "just running" I had to check my mobility server
    > today, because my smartphone stopped syncing.

    ...
    > And
    > FatalSSLAlert: [('SSL routines', 'SSL3_WRITE_BYTES', 'ssl handshake
    > failure')]

    ..
    > System is GW2014R2 14.2.2 Build 145


    Ouch, and why it wants to use the very old SSL3 is suspect
    What version of SLES are you running this on?
    Drive space available?
    What does dsapp's "General Health Check" (under "Checks