Kmail & SMTP (stopped working)
dcorbin at machturtle.com
Thu Nov 6 12:17:12 GMT 2003
On Wednesday 05 November 2003 18:10, Pulat Yunusov wrote:
> On November 5, 2003 06:35 pm, David Corbin wrote:
> > I've started having problems with a working setup, 'out of the blue'. I
> > have KMail client that basically can NOT send a message. It's
> > configured to send via SMTP, and I've closely examined each of the
> > options to be sure they're correct. I've verified that the SMTP daemon
> > is running and I have no problem connecting to it (via telnet). When I
> > attempt to send a message, after a time (1-2 minutes), it pops up a
> > dialog saying it cannot send the message because one of the recipients ""
> > is not being accepted.
> > Is there anyway to get KMail to provide detailed logs of the SMTP
> > conversation? Other ideas?
> This is likely an issue with your SMTP server and you should check its logs
> for clues. Your MTA (e.g. Sendmail or Postfix) could be configured to
> reject certain recipients causing KMail to fail to send the message.
1) My SMTP server configuration is unchanged since Oct 5.
2) I have checked the logs, and even turned up the debugging level on it
pretty high, but it's difficult to distinguish my Kmail test from the other
mail flowing through the server.
That's why I was hoping KMail might have a logging facility. I haven't
tested with another SMTP client yet.
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