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MSS LD Alarm

MSS LD Alarm

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I have an old warning alarm on my 5.1 MSS of 'LD --- LFE--- code 1 The doc references that the postmaster mailbox should be set to the maximum of 64 mbytes on the COS. When I look at the mailbox called postmaster it is in a different COS than ELA, but is set to 139 minutes, which is longer than the system ELA COS of 82 mins. What's the correct way to clear this?

RE: MSS LD Alarm

The Maximum message length on the system was wrongly configured on the MSS. If the MAS sends a message of 5 minutes to the MSS and the Maximum message length on the MSS is only configured for 2 minutes, it rejects the message, and the message stays on the MAS spool folder.
Problem Fix/Workaround/Solution

Need to increase the maximum message length size on the MSS.
Resolution Plan


1. Log into the MSS with Craft credentials.
2. Open the Messaging Attributes.
3. Set the Maximum Message Length to at least 15 minutes.
4. Save the configuration.
5. Once you restart the MAS service, you can see events 1461, indicating messaging are getting delivered from the Spool folder to the MSS

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