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sendmail[93]  NOQUEUE: SYSERR(root): getrequests: accept: No route to host

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Can anyone identify what could be causing this error?  The mail queue is empty.  I can ping any point of the backbone I so desire with no problems with routeing.
 
This error has been occuring for aproximately 24 hours.  I still have complete network connectivity and mail is processing to and from the system normally with exception that I keep getting this error from sendmail in the logs.

Any help would be appreciated.  Please forward any info to BOTH experts-exchange AND email to root@coldfusion.net.
 
John Fraizer
root@coldfusion.net
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You have not setup a mail queue directory where its pointed to in the sendmail.cf
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