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Old 25th March 2007, 17:09
Xtreem1986 Xtreem1986 is offline
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Oh completely forgot about this.

My customer's email: dan_davies_2k4[at]
My admin email: admin[at]

I created a support ticket with my customer, and received an email from dan_davies_2k4[at] to admin[at] I went and made a reply, and dan_davies_2k4[at] never got a reply!

Here is the log of the mail sent when I made the request:

Mar 25 15:04:33 apollo postfix/pickup[22536]: 8186140102: uid=108 from=<admispconfig>
Mar 25 15:04:33 apollo postfix/cleanup[23926]: 8186140102: message-id=<>
Mar 25 15:04:33 apollo postfix/qmgr[10489]: 8186140102: from=<>, size=535, nrcpt=1 (queue ac$
Mar 25 15:04:34 apollo postfix/pickup[22536]: 2AC5C40103: uid=10001 from=<web1_admin>
Mar 25 15:04:34 apollo postfix/cleanup[23926]: 2AC5C40103: message-id=<>
Mar 25 15:04:34 apollo postfix/qmgr[10489]: 2AC5C40103: from=<>, size=390, nrcpt=1 (queue acti$
Mar 25 15:04:35 apollo postfix/local[23947]: 2AC5C40103: to=<admispconfig@localhost.localdomain>, relay=local, delay=1, stat$
Mar 25 15:04:35 apollo postfix/qmgr[10489]: 2AC5C40103: removed
Mar 25 15:04:44 apollo postfix/local[23930]: 8186140102: to=<>, orig_to=<>, $
Mar 25 15:04:44 apollo postfix/qmgr[10489]: 8186140102: removed
Then I logged in as admin and made a reply!

Mar 25 15:06:35 apollo postfix/pickup[22536]: CBD7D40102: uid=108 from=<admispconfig>
Mar 25 15:06:35 apollo postfix/cleanup[24062]: CBD7D40102: message-id=<>
Mar 25 15:06:35 apollo postfix/cleanup[24062]: CBD7D40102: to=<unknown>, relay=none, delay=0, status=bounced (No recipients $
Mar 25 15:06:36 apollo postfix/cleanup[24067]: 08F3C40103: message-id=<>
Mar 25 15:06:36 apollo postfix/qmgr[10489]: 08F3C40103: from=<>, size=2137, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Mar 25 15:06:36 apollo postfix/local[24070]: 08F3C40103: to=<>, relay=local, delay=1, status$
Mar 25 15:06:36 apollo postfix/qmgr[10489]: 08F3C40103: removed
The clue seems to be "CBD7D40102: to=<unknown>". Any help will be very appreciated!
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