Yes, we have read both before we posted and have researched heavily on the internet. Hence the way the email sent, we have followed more than one setupMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 4 12:05 PMView SourceYes, we have read both before we posted and have researched heavily on
the internet. Hence the way the email sent, we have followed more than
one setup troubleshoot.
We were hoping a fresh pair of eyes would pick up the mistake we have
You have a Good Day now,
Carl A Jeptha
Office Phone: 1-877-534-0021 ext 206
Office Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
On 04/12/2012 6:12 PM, Noel Jones wrote:
> On 12/4/2012 8:59 AM, wisplists@... wrote:
>> It was in 2006 That Mouss help me setup our Postfix box and it
>> worked flawlessly till November 27th 2012, when We had to upgrade
>> the box to the latest version of webmin for the ability to watch our
>> raid device, that the problems started. An unruly apt-get started
>> deleting files and bingo, our postfix with courier, cyrus,
>> squirrelmail and dbadmin ceased to function.
>> Now today we have a postfix, with dovecot, dovecot sasl, roundcube
>> and hopefully postfixadmin when we are done. We still have our
>> original mysql database and nothing was lost there.
>> Problem is that we cannot remotely log in via smtp, but can with
>> imap and pop3. Also cannot have email sent to our other domains that
>> we also host.
>> Which files and logs are required to assist us please?
>> -- You have a Good Day now,
>> Carl A Jeptha
> If you're having trouble with SASL, please see:
> Instructions to report a problem:
> -- Noel Jones
... Please don t top post. You didn t include enough information for anyone to help you, basically here s my postconf -n output that doesn t work with noMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 4 12:57 PMView SourceOn 12/4/2012 2:05 PM, wisplists@... wrote:
> Yes, we have read both before we posted and have researched heavilyPlease don't top post.
> on the internet. Hence the way the email sent, we have followed more
> than one setup troubleshoot.
> We were hoping a fresh pair of eyes would pick up the mistake we
> have made.
You didn't include enough information for anyone to help you,
basically "here's my postconf -n output that doesn't work" with no
Please see: http://www.postfix.org/DEBUG_README.html#mail
Include in your request for help:
- a clear description of the problem; what isn't working, what you
expected to happen, what really happened.
- supporting documentation; "postconf -n" output and master.cf
modifications (or better, postfinger output), and unedited
non-verbose logs displaying the unwanted behavior, including any
errors or warnings in the postfix logs.
- corrective measures you've already tried.
- if you're having trouble with SASL authentication, saslfinger
output is helpful, along with a recording of a test login attempt,
including whatever is logged during the attempt. Caution, the logs
may contain easily-decoded passwords; use a test account.
-- Noel Jones