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Re: Still exim problem

Hi Mark,
	I tryed to stop exim, delete the old files, and restart exim but even
exim find the correct files it's still reporting me each cron.daily
execution this

Exim retry database in spool /var/spool/exim

is this normal?

I'm not a developer and i'm sorry that i cannot help you more than this.


Mark Baker wrote:
> It isn't intended to be incompatible with them. As soon as anyone tells me
> where I can find a library that works with libdb 1.85 files, I'll link exim
> against it. There used to be one distributed with libc that did, but it
> isn't included in the latest libc; libdb2 doesn't although it does implement
> the 1.85 API.
> If there really isn't any compatible library in debian any more, and this
> lack isn't just a temporary oversight, then I guess I'll have to make an
> exim package that deletes those databases when upgrading from an older
> version (they're only hints anyway, so it's OK to delete them). And if
> anyone has other data stored in 1.85 databases (many exim users use them for
> all kinds of things such as lists of domains) that they can't rebuild then
> they're screwed.
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