[Mailman-Users] Qrunner probs. with Sendmail
Orion (Steve Pirk)
orion at deathcon.com
Wed Mar 14 02:02:18 CET 2001
Assuming that the domain truly is "beersellers.net", I think it
is a mailer problem. I tried to telnet to beersellers.net 25
and got immediately booted:
Connected to beersellers.net.
Escape character is '^]'.
Connection closed by foreign host.
Do you have TCP wrappers set up? Can you give us a sample e-mail
addy on that box so that we can test externally without using Mailman?
The only other things I can think of are the local aliases file.
Also make sure your DNS is set up correctly... I did an nslookup
set type=mx and got:
beersellers.net preference = 10, mail exchanger = mail.beersellers.net
beersellers.net preference = 10, mail exchanger = 184.108.40.206
beersellers.net nameserver = 220.127.116.11
I tried to telnet to mail.beersellers.net, and got:
mail.beersellers.net: Host name lookup failure
Talking to "your" DNS server, mail.beersellers.net is the same IP as
beersellers.net (18.104.22.168), but I am not resloving
mail.beersellers.net. Also, you should only has the mail preferences
set "equally" if you have multiple mail servers handling all the
Hope this helps...
orion at deathcon.com Owner/Admin
deathcon.com - pirk.com
webops.com - disclaimer.com
On Tue, 13 Mar 2001, Dave Klingler wrote:
> Hi Dan. Thanks for the help. Unfortunately, the domain IS listed in
> sendmail.cw. That was a good guess, though, and I'd never hold you to
> the bet. ;)
> There isn't anything showing up in the MTA logs. Qrunner just runs, then
> happily exits. Sigh.
> Thanks again!
> Dave Klingler
> > Dave Klingler wrote:
> > > What
> > > I get in the "post" log is
> > >
> > > Mar 13 14:27:27 2001 (17741) post to test from mailman-owner at beersellers.net, si
> > > ze=1315, 1 failures
> > >
> > > The "smtp" log contains
> > >
> > > "Mar 13 14:27:27 2001 (17741) All recipients refused: Connection unexpectedly closed
> > > Mar 13 14:27:27 2001 (17741) smtp for 1 recips, completed in 0.240 seconds
> > So this is a problem with your MTA, so you checked your MTA logs, right?
> > > and yet I can send myself simple tests using "mail [recipient].
> > >
> > > Anyone have any ideas?
> > Yup. Bet you a dollar your domain isn't listed in sendmail.cw.
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