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Execution of plesk repair mail utility fails: mailsrv_conf_init... not found




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    Following these instructions destroyed the `which` command completely.

    Any instructions on how to fix a missing /bin/which?

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    Ivan Postnikov



    The steps from the resolution recreate the link to /bin/which and there are not steps which may delete /bin/which.

    As a solution for your case, I can suggest installing "which". As an example, for CentOS the command will be:
    # yum install which

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    i get an error when I run the plesk repair mail command:


    ERR [util_exec] proc_close() failed ['/opt/psa/admin/bin/mchk'] with exit code [1

    Checking for: mail_dk_restore ... fail

    Errors occured in mail restore procedure
    Some utilities have exited with errors:

    But I can not find anything in the log files and can not find any instructions in the forum.

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova


    To get additional details about this error, it is required to check /var/log/plesk/panel.log. This error is indeed a new one, it was not reported previously, so it may be required to investigate it on a Plesk side. Consider submitting a support request to Plesk directly or to a reseller, depending on where the license was purchased.

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