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Mon 03 Jul 2006

Fetchmail and 10.4.7 Problem

Category : Technology/MailServeBonjourError.txt

I'm seeing a problem that has been introduced with the OS X 10.4.7 update that affects Fetchmail. I get a "Workaround Bonjour: Unknown error: 0" when I try to restart Fetchmail.

From the MailServe interface, if you try to Restart Fechmail, you will see the progress indicator spinning for a long tme before it stops. If you look into the Console log, you'll see that Bonjour-related error, though how Bonjour got into the picture is beyond me at this point. This affects both PowerPC and Intel Macs.

I'm going to trace through this and hope I find a solution.

I've just realised that this Bonjour error affects DNS Enabler, too, when I try to restart the BIND server.

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