[Mailman-Users] qfiles building up + (111, 'Connection refused')

Jon Carnes jonc at haht.com
Wed Dec 19 16:53:34 CET 2001

qfiles building up + (111, 'Connection refused')Check out /etc/mail/access
and make sure that you have entries similar to the following in there for
  localhost.localdomain           RELAY
  localhost                       RELAY                       RELAY

if not, add the entries and do a 'make' in that directory.

Also, check out your /etc/sendmail.cf file for the following line (or
similar line):
  # file containing names of hosts for which we receive email

Then check the file /etc/sendmail.cw . Put any aliases for your machine name
in there.
Note: most modern sendmail distributions but this file in /etc/mail/..., but
I'm an old fart so I still use the "old" ways.

Here is an example from my file:

Sendmail will accept mail from any of these domains as being local to this

HtH's, Jon Carnes
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Simon, imagine media
  To: mailman-users at python.org
  Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2001 9:41 PM
  Subject: [Mailman-Users] qfiles building up + (111, 'Connection refused')

  Have just moved one of our servers over to new box and also upgraded
mailman to 2.0.6 from 2.0.4. I can send to all lists but despite the qrunner
cron running I get the following messages in logs/smtp;

  Dec 19 15:20:02 2001 (24016) All recipients refused: (111, 'Connection
  Dec 19 15:20:02 2001 (24016) smtp for 1 recips, completed in 0.003 seconds

  I have seen other posts about this by nothing that works for me. Sendmail
is running and serving mail for other pop3 accounts. Running Readhat 7.1. I
am fresh out of ideas! All help would be gratefully received.

  Simon Lorenz
  Systems Modelling
  Imagine Media Ltd
  simon at imaginemedia.co.uk
  Kennel House, Hammersley Lane,
  Penn, Bucks, HP10 8HE, UK
  t 01494 812890
  f 01494 813151
  m 07977 149955

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