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troubleshooting Question

TagCFMail::sendMessage with CF5

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I keep running into the following error when my site is sending out emails:

unknown exception condition

All of the information that I can find online says that this error could be due to a bug with CF4.5, but it was fixed with CF4.51.  Since we are on 5, I am not sure what the cause of the problem could be.

If I reboot the server, all the emails flow as they should.  They continue to work for a little bit after the reboot but then the error comes back - if I reboot the server again, the emails start working again and so on...

Based on some other tips, here is what we have checked so far:
1.  Permissions on all of the mail folders (the CF application service is running on local system account)
2.  Hard drive space - free space is around 12 gigs
3.  Spool and Undeliverable folders do not have any files that are 0 Kb
4.  Spool and Undeliverable folders do not have 65,535 files in them

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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