[Mailman-Users] Help with sendmail & mailman config
jonc at nc.rr.com
Sat Nov 9 02:11:40 CET 2002
Are you sure your tcp stack is loaded and running properly. I believe
that "61 Connection refused" is a problem communicating with your IP
stack (and not the MTA). Could your server be under load, or the IP
stack be flooded with requests?
If all that is fine then be sure that you have su'ed as user mailman
before doing any testing (like telnet 220.127.116.11 25).
This should check your local firewall to make sure that you allow
connections on port 25 from all interfaces including 127.0.0.1, and it
should check that your MTA is listening on the localhost interface.
Check your /etc/mail/access file and make sure that localhost and
127.0.0.1 are setup to allow relaying. Your machine probably has a name,
add that name to the access file and set it to allow relaying.
Good Luck -- Jon Carnes
On Fri, 2002-11-08 at 16:03, jsingh wrote:
> On further review , I looked into smtp logs and this the error I got
> All recipients refused: (61, 'Connection refused')
> I can telnet to 127.0.0.1 25 just fine.
> Please help
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> Hello People
> This is what I did, I configured my mailman and sendmail.
> The messages are only being sent to the users in a digested format. No
> one is receiving the individual emails being sent out.
> When I check the mailq it says there is nothing pending.
> But on the other hand I can go the archives on the http interface and
> check the individual messages. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong
> I am pulling my hair out here.
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