I had to enable cURL SSL last night for a client. Somewhere during the compile it stopped. No errors, nothing.
I was successful at recovering the blotched update via the console, however, I am not able to check any of the email accounts under my own domain. All other accounts that I manage are fine, it's just mine.
I tried to create a new email account - was not able to sign in via webmail. User Name/Password error. However, the password was correct.
I should add that I had checked the valiases and my domain name was not there - all my clients were. I added mine and set the permissions for the file. This got rid of the error message about the default email account that I received in cPanel - but not my email account issues.
I am stumped and wasn't sure where to look next - any ideas would be awesome!
[update]To get myself back to where I was last night I went through the following steps:
service exim restart
Now when I check my Email Accounts in cPanel - it shows me the following error (the one I spoke of before creating a file and modifying permissions of that file):
Fatal! Write Failure: /etc/valiases/kdmp.ca. Ignore any messages of success this can only result in failure!
I then corrected the valiases:
The error message is gone from cPanel and I can check the default email account via webmail. But for all email accounts that I have created on this domain I receive the following:
Unknown user or password incorrect.
If I check the Email Delivery Route it shows me nothing - just the legend.
The emails are present - they are sitting in the queue unable to be delivered.