Re: My HELO Message
- View SourceOn Thu, Jun 01, 2006 at 05:26:37PM -0400, Pablo Cruz Navea wrote:
> Hi,: run; postconf smtp_helo_name
> I wanna see the HELO message which is sent by my Postrfix server. How
> can I see it?
If that returns:
smtp_helo_name = $myhostname
then recurse with:
: run; postconf myhostname
If you change either in the "smtp unix" entry in master.cf, look at the
To log it, "debug_peer_list = 220.127.116.11", where 18.104.22.168 is the IP address
of some machine to which you are about to send a test message. Then reload,
and the HELO/EHLO name will be in the logs.
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- View SourceOn Jun 1, 2006, at 11:26 AM, Pablo Cruz Navea wrote:
> I wanna see the HELO message which is sent by my Postrfix server.Send yourself a piece of email?
> How can I see it?
Granted, it doesn't show ALL the details, but... most of it is there.
For instance, from the Received: header of one of my previous
Received: from lucite.kapu.net (lucite.kapu.net [22.214.171.124]) by
camomile.cloud9.net (Postfix) ...
My server HELO's as lucite.kapu.net (1st instance)
and has a rDNS of lucite.kapu.net (2nd instance).
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