Kmail & SMTP (stopped working)
dcorbin at machturtle.com
Thu Nov 6 14:22:31 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.
Turned logging "way up" on my SMTP server (exim). I'm not convinced KMail
is actually connecting to it, but it's possible. But I do know that
*some* messages are sneaking though. (not many).
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