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Re: [hylafax-users] [SpamAssassin - SPAM] Re: Hardware Fax receives partial pages
> > Any help on this?
> You have to provide the job session log, remember to remove
> real numbers if you worry about privacy.
First of all, I just did "faxstat" and see this:
Warning, verbose = Yes (line 16)
Warning, timezone = local (line 25)
Warning, Unknown configuration parameter "dialrules" ignored at line 33
Warning, Unknown configuration parameter "autocoverpage" ignored at line
Warning, Unknown configuration parameter "fontmap" ignored at line 41
Warning, Unknown configuration parameter "fontpath" ignored at line 42
Warning, Unknown configuration parameter "maxtries" ignored at line 44
Trying localhost (127.0.0.1) at port 4559...
Connected to localhost.
220 r2d2.piramide.local server (HylaFAX (tm) Version 4.4.3) ready.
-> USER flavio
230 User flavio logged in.
-> TZONE LOCAL
200 Using time values in CET.
-> PORT 127,0,0,1,224,122
200 PORT command successful.
-> LIST status
150 Opening new data connection for "status".
HylaFAX scheduler on r2d2.piramide.local: Running
Modem ttyS1 (7516914): Waiting for modem to come ready
226 Transfer complete.
Do I have to worry about something there?!
Which other log file do I have to copy'n'paste? I actually got my last
report email which says:
Your job to XXXXXXXXX is delayed in the scheduling queues because:
Blocked by concurrent calls
The job will be processed as soon as possible.
How to unlock it?
> > And, what's the most important thing in such a "testing"
> > how can I stop my Hylafax from repetedly trying to send
> that missed fax?
> You can set MaxTries in hyla.conf or use -t with sendfax. To
> remove jobs from the queue use faxrm. See sendfax and faxrm
> manpages for more details.
MaxTries = 1 is now OK.
Got it also with "faxrm"...
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