Mail problem

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by grofar, Aug 14, 2009.

  1. grofar

    grofar New Member

    my server work fine my last problem is mail :(

    i use ispconfig 2 fedora 11 instaled from tutorial perfect server with fedora 11.

    now can someone help me to set mail imap pop3 etc to work send and recived mail for user , maildir it's created but is not work !!!

    i have ip dynamic 89.44.***.185 im not using LAN .

    in /etc/postfix/ it's this setings:

    pls help me to work mail !!! it's my last problem :)
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    What exactly isn't working? Are there any errors in your mail log?
  3. grofar

    grofar New Member

    falko pls help ! now pop3 service it's offline , in maillog is this error :

  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

  5. grofar

    grofar New Member

    ok netstat -tap :

    and blacklisted says:

    Checking myip against 111 known blacklists...
    Listed: 1 time(s)

    Listed: SORBS-SPAM LISTED Escalated Listing (Spam or Spam Support) See: Detail
    Return codes were: 3600 4344

    Timeout: CSMA TIMEOUT Return codes were: ERROR, Reponse code=2 0 0
    SOLID TIMEOUT Return codes were: ERROR, Reponse code=2 0 0
  6. grofar

    grofar New Member

    Help ???? someone !!!
  7. Craig

    Craig New Member

    What are you using for a mail client?

    How exactly are you testing it, e.g. sending mail from a mail account at GMail/ISP mail/directly from mail client etc.?

    Also, it might be a good idea to try to watch the mail error log while you try to send mail to it. For example, if you execute the command
    tail -f /var/log/maillog
    you should see its exact response to your attempts to send mail to it and/or access an account to check for new mail.

    As for being on the SORBS blocklist, which blocklist are you on and do you know why or how you got on it?

    It is often the case that servers on dynamic IPs get blacklisted for the simple reason that most spam comes from infected personal computers on dynamic IPs. If that is the reason your server is listed, there is little chance of getting de-listed, unfortunately.

    Also, have you looked into using Gmail or other similar services as a mail relay?

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