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skeeta 4th September 2005 12:39

Email problem
 
Server is Fedora 4 running POSTFIX:

I can send emails to my server and have found that they ARE actually on my server but I am unable to read them.

Maildir has been switched both on and off for testing and is currently ON.

Although there are MX records in the DNS (added manually to force public IP), there are none shown in the DNS Manager -> Site -> Records area.

When I login using webmail I've noticed that there is no quota indicator as there was on a previous installation which would seem to indicate that I am not logged in "correctly".

Any Ideas

falko 6th September 2005 19:56

Quote:

Originally Posted by skeeta
Server is Fedora 4 running POSTFIX:

I can send emails to my server and have found that they ARE actually on my server but I am unable to read them.

Maildir has been switched both on and off for testing and is currently ON.

Although there are MX records in the DNS (added manually to force public IP), there are none shown in the DNS Manager -> Site -> Records area.

When I login using webmail I've noticed that there is no quota indicator as there was on a previous installation which would seem to indicate that I am not logged in "correctly".

Any Ideas


Which POP3 daemon are you using?

luxor 29th November 2005 17:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by falko
Which POP3 daemon are you using?


i have the same problem! in webmail there is no quota indicator
my pop3 daemon is courier on debian 3.1.

till 29th November 2005 17:54

Which webmail are you using. This thread is about emails not being received. Did you receive emails or did you have problems with quota in webmail?


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