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MWI Lights not coming on for messages sinces MM reboot

MWI Lights not coming on for messages sinces MM reboot

MWI Lights not coming on for messages sinces MM reboot

MM 5.2.1

I guess a better way to say it is that they were not coming on. I fixed that so that it comes on for new messages by running this script. But any messages that had already been received don't have a light until a new message is received. Seems like years ago I used another process to review the current status of each account and turn the lights on. That might have been on MM 2 or 3. Does anyone know how it would be done on 5.2.1?

NET STOP gv_mwiserver /y

NET STOP gv_cmserver /y

NET STOP gv_mmserver /y

NET START gv_mmserver

NET START gv_cmserver

NET START gv_mwiserver


RE: MWI Lights not coming on for messages sinces MM reboot

Have you rebuilt the MWI database ?

Ken Means

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