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shajazzi 27th May 2007 00:02

mail problems: receive but cannot send
 
I am running suse 10.0 and everthing has been running fine until I noticed that that I could no longer redirect emails to my mobile, after checking my mail server I found that iI could receive emails but couldn`t send them.
I know that some dynamic IP`s can cause a problem so i rebooted my router box to obtain a different Ip, which after a few attempts my dynamic IP was changed from 88.105.6.209 to 88.105.127.86

However I can still not send email
My mail log is:

May 25 23:59:02 mybox postfix/postfix-script: starting the Postfix mail system
May 25 23:59:02 mybox postfix/master[12885]: daemon started -- version 2.2.5, configuration /etc/postfix
May 26 00:26:25 mybox postfix/smtpd[13609]: connect from smtp-auth.freeola.net[62.249.232.201]
May 26 00:26:25 mybox postfix/smtpd[13609]: setting up TLS connection from smtp-auth.freeola.net[62.249.232.201]
May 26 00:26:25 mybox postfix/smtpd[13609]: TLS connection established from smtp-auth.freeola.net[62.249.232.201]: TLSv1 with cipher DHE-RSA-AES256-SHA (256/256 bits)
May 26 00:26:25 mybox postfix/smtpd[13609]: warning: support for restriction "check_relay_domains" will be removed from Postfix; use "reject_unauth_destination" instead
May 26 00:26:25 mybox postfix/smtpd[13609]: D819E52C19B: client=smtp-auth.freeola.net[62.249.232.201]
May 26 00:26:25 mybox postfix/cleanup[13614]: D819E52C19B: message-id=<E1HrhxY-000K8R-Gw@smtp-auth.freeola.net>
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: D819E52C19B: from=<returns3@ancientwisdom.co.uk>, size=48270, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/smtpd[13609]: disconnect from smtp-auth.freeola.net[62.249.232.201]
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/pickup[12896]: 5730452C1BA: uid=10010 from=<web4_dave>
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/cleanup[13614]: 5730452C1BA: message-id=<20070525232626.5730452C1BA@mybox.wave1o5.com>
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: 5730452C1BA: from=<web4_dave@mybox.wave1o5.com>, size=376, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/local[13632]: 5730452C1BA: to=<admispconfig@localhost.localdomain>, relay=local, delay=0, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail -f-)
May 26 00:26:26 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: 5730452C1BA: removed
May 26 00:26:44 mybox postfix/local[13615]: D819E52C19B: to=<web4_dave@mybox.wave1o5.com>, orig_to=<dave@chace-catering.co.uk>, relay=local, delay=19, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail -f-)
May 26 00:26:44 mybox postfix/cleanup[13614]: C5E7352C1B6: message-id=<E1HrhxY-000K8R-Gw@smtp-auth.freeola.net>
May 26 00:26:44 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: C5E7352C1B6: from=<returns3@ancientwisdom.co.uk>, size=48411, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 26 00:26:44 mybox postfix/local[13615]: D819E52C19B: to=<web4_dave@mybox.wave1o5.com>, orig_to=<dave@chace-catering.co.uk>, relay=local, delay=19, status=sent (forwarded as C5E7352C1B6)
May 26 00:26:44 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: D819E52C19B: removed
May 26 00:26:46 mybox postfix/smtp[13649]: C5E7352C1B6: to=<chacedav@aol.com>, orig_to=<dave@chace-catering.co.uk>, relay=smtp.tiscali.co.uk[212.74.114.61], delay=2, status=sent (250 OK id=1HrjAt-0002Ia-9N)
May 26 00:26:46 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: C5E7352C1B6: removed
May 26 00:29:46 mybox postfix/anvil[13612]: statistics: max connection rate 1/60s for (smtp:62.249.232.201) at May 26 00:26:25
May 26 00:29:46 mybox postfix/anvil[13612]: statistics: max connection count 1 for (smtp:62.249.232.201) at May 26 00:26:25
May 26 00:29:46 mybox postfix/anvil[13612]: statistics: max cache size 1 at May 26 00:26:25
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/smtpd[13703]: connect from 5571fe62.ftth.concepts.nl[85.113.254.98]
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/smtpd[13703]: warning: support for restriction "check_relay_domains" will be removed from Postfix; use "reject_unauth_destination" instead
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/smtpd[13703]: 7BDB152C19B: client=5571fe62.ftth.concepts.nl[85.113.254.98]
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/cleanup[13706]: 7BDB152C19B: message-id=<001a01c79f35$4e628130$0074a69c@fubzmain>
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: 7BDB152C19B: from=<usdissociate@lynvingen.com>, size=2254, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/smtpd[13703]: disconnect from 5571fe62.ftth.concepts.nl[85.113.254.98]
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/pickup[12896]: BCA3652C1BA: uid=10003 from=<web3_admin>
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/cleanup[13706]: BCA3652C1BA: message-id=<20070525232951.BCA3652C1BA@mybox.wave1o5.com>
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: BCA3652C1BA: from=<web3_admin@mybox.wave1o5.com>, size=379, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/local[13725]: BCA3652C1BA: to=<admispconfig@localhost.localdomain>, relay=local, delay=0, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail -f-)
May 26 00:29:51 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: BCA3652C1BA: removed
May 26 00:30:10 mybox postfix/local[13708]: 7BDB152C19B: to=<web3_admin@mybox.wave1o5.com>, orig_to=<admin@englandshirt.com>, relay=local, delay=19, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail -f-)
May 26 00:30:10 mybox postfix/qmgr[12902]: 7BDB152C19B: removed
May 26 00:33:11 mybox postfix/anvil[13705]: statistics: max connection rate 1/60s for (smtp:85.113.254.98) at May 26 00:29:51
May 26 00:33:11 mybox postfix/anvil[13705]: statistics: max connection count 1 for (smtp:85.113.254.98) at May 26 00:29:51
May 26 00:33:11 mybox postfix/anvil[13705]: statistics: max cache size 1 at May 26 00:29:51
May 26 00:34:10 mybox postfix/smtpd[13926]: connect from cv01mail.cablevision.net.mx[200.77.160.220]
May 26 00:34:17 mybox postfix/smtpd[13926]: warning: support for restriction "check_relay_domains" will be removed from Postfix; use "reject_unauth_destination" instead
shajzzi :eek:

falko 27th May 2007 16:54

Quote:

Originally Posted by shajazzi
I know that some dynamic IP`s can cause a problem so i rebooted my router box to obtain a different Ip, which after a few attempts my dynamic IP was changed from 88.105.6.209 to 88.105.127.86

Almost all dynamic IP addresses are blacklisted nowadays, so changing the IP address doesn't help. You can try to relay your emails through another mailserver (e.g. the one of your ISP): http://www.howtoforge.com/postfix_re...her_mailserver

Quote:

Originally Posted by shajazzi
May 26 00:34:17 mybox postfix/smtpd[13926]: warning: support for restriction "check_relay_domains" will be removed from Postfix; use "reject_unauth_destination" instead
shajzzi :eek:

Please replace check_relay_domains with reject_unauth_destination in /etc/postfix/main.cf and restart Postfix.

tigerseyetech 28th May 2007 09:36

I am having the same problem. I can receive mail, but I cannot send.

I am using Fedora Core 6.

Everything else is set up great. I just can't get the mail to work correctly. Where can I go to get the mail logs? (sorry, I'm pretty much a newb)

I can't send mail via email client on networked computer (Thunderbird on Windows XP) or through webmail on the server (using SquirrelMail)

tigerseyetech 28th May 2007 20:37

Nevermind, I figured out the problem. For some reason my IP Address was on a black list. Once it was removed, everything is ok now.

shajazzi 1st June 2007 20:05

Thanks falko,
After seaching the net i found that my ISP (tiscali) was the main cause of the
problem and they are still having many issues with their amil servers.
If iwas to change ISP`s would i just overight the previous script? here www.howtoforge.com/postfix_relaying_through_another_mailserver
If anyone is interested I found a great ISP that offers a home package from 9.49 per month including a static IP . Also business broadband from 25 per month including up to 8 static IP`s.
If it`s ok with falko and till i will post the link here.

Regards shajazzi

falko 2nd June 2007 15:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by shajazzi
If iwas to change ISP`s would i just overight the previous script? here www.howtoforge.com/postfix_relaying_through_another_mailserver

Yes, you have to modify /etc/postfix/main.cf if the mailserver changes.

Quote:

Originally Posted by shajazzi
If anyone is interested I found a great ISP that offers a home package from 9.49 per month including a static IP . Also business broadband from 25 per month including up to 8 static IP`s.
If it`s ok with falko and till i will post the link here.

Yes, you can post it.

shajazzi 24th June 2007 10:27

I have found that Newnet can offer home broadband from as little as 9.95 including 1 static ip with the option of buying up to eight additional IP`s for a very small fee. Also business broadband from 25 plus vat
Up to 8Mb download speed and up to 448kbps upload speed and this is the important bit no packet shaping. http://www.newnet.co.uk/
Also this can be done on a monthly basis so that you are no tied up for 12 months. So if you are not happy after a month then you can simply leave.

With all the recent security issues and empty promises from Tiscali i thought it was time for a change

shajazzi


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