kline at magnesium.net
Sun Sep 26 20:49:10 UTC 2010
On Sun, Sep 26, 2010 at 08:37:20PM -0000, John Levine wrote:
> >Sep 26 11:13:47 ethic dovecot: imap-login: Login: user=<kline>, method=PLAIN,
> >rip=10.47.0.230, lip=10.47.0.230, TLS
> >Sep 26 11:14:48 ethic dovecot: IMAP(kline): Connection closed bytes=824/490
> OK, you logged in, checked your mail, and logged out.
> >Sep 26 11:15:07 ethic sm-mta: ruleset=check_relay, arg1=126.96.36.199.sumtel.ua,
> >arg2=127.0.0.4, relay=188.8.131.52.sumtel.ua [184.108.40.206], reject=550 5.7.1 Rejected:
> >220.127.116.11 listed at sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org
> >p1 11:15 <ethic> 
> A 'bot in the Ukraine attempted to send mail, and your MTA rejected it
> since it was blacklisted.
> Those entries are all perfectly normal.
> Not to belabor the obvious, but you need to tell us what you did, what
> you expected to happen, what happened instead, and the log entries
> showing what was going on while it happened.
well, i fibbed about napping, but have discovered the following:
from my freebsd server, ethic, i can, as root, get mail out to my shell account here at magnesium.net.
so far, that's about it.
I _did_ a pkgdb -F which seemed to correct much in that database.
i have send mail to the test acct at freebsd.org. i haven't seen anything.
nutshell: it looks as tho i can send mail as root [from ethic].
i will now try my desktop and see what happens.
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