gehude Absent Member.
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Inbound email after update to 4.0.1

Hi guys,

my inbound email server on port 2525 is down.

I check the installer.xml. There are the right information and tls is active like the previous versions.

When i check the appserver.log, I found this:

2016-07-11 12:39:52,635 ERROR [localhost-startStop-1] [org.kablink.teaming.smtp.impl.SMTPManagerImpl] - Inbound SMTP Server: Cannot access keystore file. Inbound SMTP m_server will be disabled.
java.io.IOException: Keystore was tampered with, or password was incorrect


Which keystore? I create one keystore for the secure sites (https) and this keystore works.

Gerd
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Re: Inbound email after update to 4.0.1

gehude;2435414 wrote:
Hi guys,

my inbound email server on port 2525 is down.

I check the installer.xml. There are the right information and tls is active like the previous versions.

When i check the appserver.log, I found this:



Which keystore? I create one keystore for the secure sites (https) and this keystore works.

Gerd


This TID is maybe related: https://www.novell.com/support/kb/doc.php?id=7016848

Thomas
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gehude Absent Member.
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Re: Inbound email after update to 4.0.1

Hi Thomas

b. /opt/novell/teaming/apache-tomcat/webapps/ssf/WEB-INF/classes/config/ssf-ext.properties
Look for smtp.service.keystore.password in this file and type in your correct keystore password.


I put the new password (cleartest) in this file.

Thx

Gerd
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