|| at Mar 27, 2008 at 4:31 am
Tomasz Chmielewski wrote:
OutgoingRunner was running, and there were messages in qfiles/out. Other
points from that FAQ entry didn't apply much as well.
If there were messages in qfiles/out/, but they weren't being picked up
by OutgoingRunner, OutgoingRunner was in some funny state or it may
have been hung waiting for a low level SMTP response.
Simply restarting Mailman helped (why didn't I do it in the first place?
I guess I'm just not accustomed to restarting), but I'm still not sure
of the reason it stopped delivering messages.
For whatever reason, OoutgongRunner wasn't doing its job. Restarting
Mailman got it going again. Possibly something as simple as sending it
a SIGHUP would have started it too.
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