Error sending mail from off-network... (details inside)
ecrist at secure-computing.net
Tue Oct 12 19:19:14 PDT 2004
Here's my predicament. I am currently out of town on business. If I
dial in to my ISP, I can send mail fine. I have ADSL at home, and they
offer dial-up for when the DSL goes down, or you're out of town. I
have other users who can connect and send mail, and I can receive mail
just fine. Sending mail is my only issue. My laptop (I'm using Mac OS
X with Mail.app) says the connection timed out.
Where can I look in my log files to find out what, on the network I'm
on, is causing these errors? I can ssh into the server, sftp, etc.
Only things I can't seem to do is PPTP and send mail.
Eric F Crist
Secure Computing Networks
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