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skeeta 28th August 2005 08:36

Emails received but I cannot read them
 
H All
I am able to send emails from my domains to both internal and external addresses using WebMiau but I am unable to read the emails being sent TO my domains. No errors are being reported (that I know of) and the emails are actually in the user directories "domainname/user/username/Maildir/new" but email clients do not read them (they claim that there are no new emails).

I am using Fedora 4 and Postfix. Any help would be appreciated.

BTW. A couple of previous posts are not relevant anymore and the on;y replies are specific to that particular problem and could now be deleted.
How do I do this?

till 28th August 2005 10:30

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Originally Posted by skeeta
H All
I am able to send emails from my domains to both internal and external addresses using WebMiau but I am unable to read the emails being sent TO my domains. No errors are being reported (that I know of) and the emails are actually in the user directories "domainname/user/username/Maildir/new" but email clients do not read them (they claim that there are no new emails).

I am using Fedora 4 and Postfix. Any help would be appreciated.

BTW. A couple of previous posts are not relevant anymore and the on;y replies are specific to that particular problem and could now be deleted.
How do I do this?

Go to management > Server > settings in the controlpanel and uncheck on the "Email" tab the maildir checkbox. Then wait about a minute to let ISPConfig change your config files, then send an email to one of your addresses an try to fetch them with pop3 or uebimiau.

skeeta 28th August 2005 12:24

That fixed the problem THANK YOU!


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