After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

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MatthiasG
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After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

Post by MatthiasG » 09 Aug 2017 08:50

Hi,

since the Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 all Mails have the same Time/Date.

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Thank you

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Re: After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

Post by TheGr8Wonder » 09 Aug 2017 19:36

At what time did you perform your upgrade? Is there a device that queues messages going to EFA, when EFA is offline?

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Re: After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

Post by shawniverson » 12 Aug 2017 17:06

This was a bug recently caught in the MailWatch development branch. There's an unwanted update timestamp rule on the table that has been removed in the latest development.
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Re: After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

Post by pdwalker » 15 Aug 2017 08:20

That's weird. How come no one else is being bitten by this one?

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Re: After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

Post by shawniverson » 15 Aug 2017 21:56

Not sure, but it was definitely there....

https://github.com/mailwatch/MailWatch/pull/820
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Re: After Update from EFA-3.0.1.8 to EFA-3.0.2.3 - Date/Time in Mailwatch from all Mails is the same

Post by jase72 » 20 Aug 2017 06:18

Running the update as per shawn's suggestion in viewtopic.php?p=8683#p8683 seemed to fix it for me.

However I did get the following warnings, which was the same as the initial EFA-Update summary (except EFA-Upgrade stopped a the "SESSION_NAME" line);

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*** ERROR/WARNING SUMMARY ***
Table Index: MySQL version unsupported for index `subject_idx` on table `maillog`, upgrade to version >= 50604 (you have version 50505)
conf.php: optional configuration entry "RPC_PORT" is missing, needed if RPC_ONLY mode is enabled
conf.php: optional configuration entry "RPC_SSL" is missing, needed if RPC_ONLY mode is enabled
conf.php: optional configuration entry "RPC_REMOTE_SERVER" is missing, needed to show number of mails in postfix queues on remote server (RPC)
conf.php: optional configuration entry "LDAP_BIND_PREFIX" is missing, needed when using LDAP authentication
conf.php: optional configuration entry "LDAP_BIND_SUFFIX" is missing, needed when using LDAP authentication
conf.php: optional configuration entry "EXIM_QUEUE_IN" is missing, needed only if using Exim as MTA
conf.php: optional configuration entry "EXIM_QUEUE_OUT" is missing, needed only if using Exim as MTA
conf.php: optional configuration entry "PWD_RESET_FROM_NAME" is missing, needed if Password Reset feature is enabled
conf.php: optional configuration entry "PWD_RESET_FROM_ADDRESS" is missing, needed if Password Reset feature is enabled
conf.php: optional configuration entry "MAIL_SENDER" is missing, needed if you use Exim or Sendmail Queue
conf.php: optional configuration entry "SESSION_NAME" is missing, needed if experiencing session conflicts
conf.php: optional configuration entry "USER_SELECTABLE_LANG" is missing, comma separated list of codes for languages the users can use eg. "de,en,fr,it,nl,pt_br"
conf.php: optional configuration entry "MAILWATCH_SMTP_HOSTNAME" is missing, needed only if you use a remote SMTP server to send MailWatch emails
conf.php: optional configuration entry "SESSION_TIMEOUT" is missing, needed if you want to override the default session timeout
Edited to add -- The MySQL error can be ignored, as per viewtopic.php?p=8712#p8712. Rest are optional, so presumably safe to ignore as well.

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