System error number 3

I´m working with cc:mail version 6 nad every time the router.exe file calls a batch file it show a System error number 3 message. I want to know what can I do to solve this
problem. Because it does not print or run the maintenance batch file.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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carlossotoAuthor Commented:
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I'm not sure, but if you call a batch file the error message should be a DOS error message.

DOS error 3 is something like "Path not found" or "Incorrect file or pathname"

Maybe you should investigate your batch files.

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MW, carlo has novell, this message is from I told u carlo, its from the operating system.  It is an  error in reading the file, make sure that user NWSDSYS has supervisor rights on the Staging Server and that volume SYS: has all bad sectors marked. This is whats advised by Novell.
Hi ghassan99, so you where able to read is similar posting in ... I guess Spanish???
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