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    Snow Leopard Server 10.6.8 running on a dual 3 GHz Mac Pro.

    I’ve turned on Push Notifications in Server Admin, configured Mail service to use the server (also by using Server Admin), opened TCP ports 443, 2195, 2196 and 5223 to apple.com (17.0.0.0/8) in the server’s firewall (using Server Admin), and have given Notification User ACL permission to use the Mail service. Still, every incoming email generates the following message (seen in Mail Access log):

    Warning: push-notify: connect() to socket: “/var/dovecot/push_notify” failed: No such file or directory

    I’ve stopped Push Notifications, deleted the push notification server from the “Mail” settings, restarted Push Notification service, re-entered the push notification server in Mail settings, and then started and stopped the Mail service itself. I also rebooted the entire server. Still getting the above error. Any ideas?

     

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