kdk at daleco.biz
Wed Feb 22 11:42:56 PST 2006
>I was running an older version of Qpopper on my mailserver and had NO
>problems whatsoever. Everything was going great. However, I just recently
>upgraded to Qpopper v4.0.8 and now all of a sudden I can't access my mail
>I'm running Qpopper via INETd and my /etc/inetd.conf file looks like this....
>pop3 stream tcp nowait root /usr/local/libexec/qpopper qpopper -
>s -T 600
>However, when I try telnetting to localhost 110, I get the
>dreaded, "CONNECTION CLOSED BY FOREIGN HOST" message. NETSTAT shows that
>Qpopper is listening on Port 110/TCP so I don't know what's wrong.
>My /etc/hosts.allow file is set to allow ALL so that shouldn't be an issue.
>I even executed KILLALL -HUP inetd numerous times and still no go.
>I've poured through the Qpopper FAQs and documentation to see if I'm doing
>anything wrong, or missing something, but I just can't seem to pinpoint it.
>Any suggestions or details as to what I might be missing???
>Any help is much appreciated.
qpopper writes to syslog AFAIK ... so what's in /var/log/messages?
Is there a firewall on the machine?
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