Mailbox users not recognised by Postfix

Discussion in 'Server Operation' started by zkvvoob, Dec 1, 2013.

  1. zkvvoob

    zkvvoob Member

    Hi guys,

    After some unsuccessfull tinkering on my part, I ended up having to reinstall Postfix on the Ubuntu 12.04 server with ISPConfig 3 installed. For many months everything has been working fine, but some time ago, I don't know exactly when, unfortunately, my mail server stopped receiving messages. Sending works fine.

    So right now a friend of mine established that the mailbox accounts I had set up in ISPConfig do not appear to be recognised by Postfix. I.e. the mail I'm using to send the messages receives a MAILER-DAEMON error email saying that the email had not been found in the system. I don't know what I have screwed up, the old config files were not touched (*much* :eek: ).

    Could you please help me figure a way out of this?

    Thank you!

    Code:
    Dec  1 01:08:01 server postfix/qmgr[9409]: E67456009C0: removed
    Dec  1 01:08:01 server amavis[2223]: (02223-05) Passed CLEAN {RelayedInbound}, <root@server.mydomain.eu> -> <test@mydomain.eu>, Message-ID: <20131130230801.AAE0D6009C1@mydomain.eu>, mail_id: ccvMaNS_RdwN, Hits: 0.799, size: 608, queued_as: E67456009C0, 265 ms
    Dec  1 01:08:01 server postfix/smtp[9889]: AAE0D6009C1: to=<test@mydomain.eu>, relay=127.0.0.1[127.0.0.1]:10024, delay=0.29, delays=0.02/0/0/0.27, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (250 2.0.0 from MTA(smtp:[127.0.0.1]:10025): 250 2.0.0 Ok: queued as E67456009C0)
    Dec  1 01:08:01 server postfix/qmgr[9409]: AAE0D6009C1: removed
    Dec  1 01:08:02 server postfix/smtpd[9886]: connect from unknown[192.168.1.1]
    Dec  1 01:08:02 server postfix/smtp[9894]: warning: host server.mydomain.eu[***.***.***.***]:25 greeted me with my own hostname mydomain.eu
    Dec  1 01:08:02 server postfix/smtp[9894]: warning: host server.mydomain.eu[***.***.***.***]:25 replied to HELO/EHLO with my own hostname mydomain.eu
    Dec  1 01:08:02 server postfix/smtp[9894]: EB36D6009C7: to=<root@server.mydomain.eu>, relay=server.mydomain.eu[***.***.***.***]:25, delay=0.38, delays=0/0/0.37/0, dsn=5.4.6, status=bounced (mail for server.mydomain.eu loops back to myself)
    Dec  1 01:08:02 server postfix/smtpd[9886]: disconnect from unknown[192.168.1.1]
    Dec  1 01:08:02 server postfix/qmgr[9409]: EB36D6009C7: removed
    Dec  1 01:08:20 server postfix/scache[9815]: statistics: start interval Dec  1 01:04:55
    Dec  1 01:08:20 server postfix/scache[9815]: statistics: domain lookup hits=1 miss=2 success=33%
    Dec  1 01:08:20 server postfix/scache[9815]: statistics: address lookup hits=0 miss=2 success=0%
    Dec  1 01:08:20 server postfix/scache[9815]: statistics: max simultaneous domains=1 addresses=1 connection=1
    Dec  1 01:10:01 server dovecot: imap-login: Disconnected (no auth attempts in 0 secs): user=<>, rip=127.0.0.1, lip=127.0.0.1, secured, session=<3g3dC23sCAB/AAAB>
    Dec  1 01:10:01 server dovecot: pop3-login: Disconnected (no auth attempts in 0 secs): user=<>, rip=127.0.0.1, lip=127.0.0.1, secured, session=<BSfdC23sKAB/AAAB>
    Dec  1 01:10:01 server postfix/smtpd[9982]: connect from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
    Dec  1 01:10:01 server postfix/smtpd[9982]: lost connection after CONNECT from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
    Dec  1 01:10:01 server postfix/smtpd[9982]: disconnect from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]
    Dec  1 01:11:22 server postfix/anvil[9798]: statistics: max connection rate 1/60s for (smtp:193.190.134.37) at Dec  1 01:04:50
    Dec  1 01:11:22 server postfix/anvil[9798]: statistics: max connection count 1 for (smtp:193.190.134.37) at Dec  1 01:04:50
    Dec  1 01:11:22 server postfix/anvil[9798]: statistics: max message rate 5/60s for (smtp:193.190.134.37) at Dec  1 01:04:51
    Dec  1 01:11:22 server postfix/anvil[9798]: statistics: max cache size 2 at Dec  1 01:08:02
    
    This is the output of mail.log. I just added this test@ account and tried sending an email to it from an outside mail.

    EDIT: Nevermind, found the culprit.
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2013

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