mnslinky at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 07:57:27 PDT 2007
I would start by reading the maillog file in /var/log. Also, you can
try watching the file as mails get sent:
# tail -F /var/log/maillog
Watch for errors and rejections. Worst case, post some line from
this logfile if you're unable to figure it out further.
On Oct 18, 2007, at 9:10 AMOct 18, 2007, Joel Muia wrote:
> Dear Reader
> I have FreeBSD 5.5 installed and configured as a firewall and as
> mail server
> in my network. Unfortunately, a consultant installed and configured
> before I
> joined the company. I am the system administrator however I do not
> know on
> how to support it.
> Currently, mails are not going. Only internal mails are be delivered.
> How do I troubleshoot? What services do I restart and what commands
> should I
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