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[hylafax-users] cannot send any faxes (could not create client)

I'm running the latest version of Gentoo Linux and HylaFAX 4.1.8

I just upgraded to the 4.1.8 release and now I'm have a MAJOR problem.  
I cannot send any faxes or even run the faxstat utility.  Everything 
that follows is occuring on localhost (no remote clients).  The 
following is what the faxstat utility returns:

#faxstat -vs
Trying localhost ( at port 4559...
Connected to localhost.
420 luther.vagop.com server cannot initialize: Could not create 
client/2044: No such file or directory

Digging deeper, I check the system logs and find the following lines:

Nov 21 02:46:11 luther FaxQueuer[2033]: HylaFAX (tm) Version 4.1.8
Nov 21 02:46:11 luther FaxQueuer[2033]: Copyright (c) 1990-1996 Sam 
Nov 21 02:46:11 luther FaxQueuer[2033]: Copyright (c) 1991-1996 Silicon 
Graphics, Inc.
Nov 21 02:46:11 luther FaxGetty[1815]: HELLO
Nov 21 02:46:11 luther FaxQueuer[2033]: Could not scan client directory 
for clients
Nov 21 02:46:11 luther HylaFAX[2037]: HylaFAX INET Protocol Server: 
Nov 21 02:46:20 luther HylaFAX[2040]: connection refused (Could not 
create client/2040: No such file or directory) from localhost 

Notice the "could not scan client directory for clients", and the last 
line caused by the faxstat attempt.

My hosts.hfaxd has not changed, and it simply contains:

What could be the problem here??  I can't find anything in the archives 
or on google about this specific problem, and nothing similar seems to 
address my problem.  Could this be a bug in the 4.1.8 release?  Any 
help would be GREATLY appreciated.  Thanks,

Davison Long

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