port 110 connection refused FreeBSD 6.2 server
derek at computinginnovations.com
Thu Oct 5 14:08:26 PDT 2006
At 04:04 PM 10/5/2006, admin at hdk5.com wrote:
>Installed FreeBSD 6.2 beta, postfix and qpopper also on a mail server
>and captured all stalled emails into the hdkmail account I created for
>this purpose that were on another failed server. I can read the mail by
>running mail from the command line. OK.
>Remotely I can telnet into port 25 and get OK status.
>Remotely I telnet into port 110 and it is refused.
>Cyrus-sasl2 is on the server but the two lines that should report back for
>Authentication as per the how to about AUTH NTML LOGIN PLAIN
>...(etc) ... are not there. I don't know whether this has to do with mail
>I would like to capture these emails off with mozilla or another reader
>remotely , but the connection to 110 qpopper is always refused from a
>I read that there are issues with the auth in some setups, but no
>Any ideas ?
> Al Plant - Honolulu, Hawaii
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