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227404Re: New user needs help

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  • david@from525.com
    Sep 30, 2007
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      postqueue -p

      That will show you what is in the queue,.....can you please try to break
      down your problem a bit clearer? What is your objective here?



      > New to the list and to postfix. I use postfix-2.2.9-10.18 on SLES10 SP1
      > (installed by default and have not made any alterations, up until
      > yesterday). We have a main mail server on site and a webserver. On the
      > webserver we have mailman installed. All mail is going to the main
      > mailserver and we have made mailman accounts and those accounts are
      > forwarded to postfix/mailman on the webserver. Postfix sends mail no
      > problem. It does not appear to be recieving email correctly though. How
      > can i tell what, if anything, is in the postfix queue? Here are some logs
      > of mail on the webserver:
      > Sep 30 18:34:06 web postfix/qmgr[1477]: 9E7945FBBB:
      > from=<wwwrun@...>, size=1424, nrcpt=2 (queue active)
      > Sep 30 18:34:36 web postfix/smtp[1479]: connect to
      > domain.tld[169.254.254.123]: Connection timed out (port 25)
      > Sep 30 18:35:06 web postfix/smtp[1479]: connect to
      > domain.tld[169.254.1.129]: Connection timed out (port 25)
      > Sep 30 18:35:06 web postfix/smtp[1479]: connect to
      > domain.tld[192.168.x.x]: Connection refused (port 25)
      > Sep 30 18:35:06 web postfix/smtp[1479]: 9E7945FBBB: to=<user@...>,
      > relay=none, delay=418801, status=deferred (connect to
      > domain.tld[192.168.x.x]: Connection refused)
      >
      > Notice the first couple of lines try to connect to a bogus ip address;
      > then it trys to connect to a ip address that belongs to our domain
      > controller. This DC does not any email services on it.
      > The only changes to the main.cf file are:
      > recipient_delimiter = +
      > and
      > unknown_local_recipient_reject_code = 550
      > and
      > alias_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/aliases,
      > hash:/usr/local/mailman/data/aliases
      > and
      > virtual_alias_maps = <your normal virtual alias files>,
      > hash:/usr/local/mailman/data/virtual-mailman
      >
      > I hope someone can help with this. Thanks
      >
      > Chris
      >
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