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Old 05-26-2017, 09:01 AM
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Default AACC - javamailtracelog.txt disable

Hi everyone,

I want to know how to disable the debugging on AACC.
It generates the javamailtracelog.txt in C:\Windows\SysWOW64.

I try to disable it from:

D:\Avaya\Contact Center\Multimedia Server\Server Applications\EMAIL\mailservice.properties_AvayaAur a_CCMM_6.4.216.0.bkp

I change the following code (in red):

# boolean The initial debug mode. Default is false.
# Use with care as entire contents of attachment will be dumped to console if true

It keeps generating this huge log, even when a restart the server

Thanks in advance

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