I keep getting an error when I start the connector: "queue viewing
interface cannot be registered". What does this mean? I can't find any
reference to a "queue viewing interface".
The in-depth answer is that the IMC will attempt to bind to all protocols
installed. If a protocol is installed but not configured, or is operating
improperly, or is otherwise hosed, you'll get the error.
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Below is my description of it:Quote:> We had this problem and solved it with the help of PSS this weekend.
customer's server. The Mac services were erroring out onQuote:
> OK - we solved it with help from PSS. FYI - This could be one of two
things on 3.51.
> 1) Mac Services are installed and hosed. This was the case on our
the IMC it was not able to correctly register all it'sQuote:> startup - even though the service was set to manual. When we launched
same way. On our server IPX/SPX was installed, but I madeQuote:> objects becuse of the remnants left by the Mac stuff.
> 2) IPX/SPX is installed and hosed. I suspect that this would behave the
currently in use. Restarted the server and were successfulQuote:> an educated guess that it was just the Mac services causing the problem.
> Solution: in our case we removed the Mac services since they were not
reconfiguring. But we did not require this step.Quote:> in starting the IMC.
> MS also suggested removing and re-adding the IPX/SPX protocol and
> Simpler-Webb, Inc. Austin, TX 512-322-0071
> "The clue meter is reading zero..." - Dilbert
Quote:> > I encountered the same problem after my TCP/IP service had crashed and
> > only solution I could find was to re-install the whole IMC service from
> > CD-ROM. I think the problem can be resolved somehow by editing
> > but I do not know how to do that. By the way, did you get this problem
> > after some system crash or what ?
I have an email that won't delete out of the IMC queue. It is an infected
"anna" mail item that was there when the server was taken off-line for
cleanup. It is the only one left and it is stuck Inbound in the queue. The
properties show it from an internal address to a custom recip that should be
in the outbound queue. Anyway it won't delete. How do I get it to go away.
The recip says it keeps going into her mailbox and she cant get rid of it.
10. IMC won't start