kline at thought.org
Mon Sep 27 05:59:32 UTC 2010
On Mon, 2010-09-27 at 07:36 +0200, Peter Boosten wrote:
> On 27-9-2010 7:16, kline wrote:
> > On Mon, 2010-09-27 at 13:54 +0900, Byung-Hee HWANG wrote:
> >> Gary Kline <kline at magnesium.net> writes:
> >>> Here is a snippet of maillog. mutt still exiting with an 'Exec Error'
> >>> 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
> >>> Sep 26 11:15:07 ethic sm-mta: ruleset=check_relay, arg1=22.214.171.124.sumtel.ua, arg2=127.0.0.4, relay=126.96.36.199.sumtel.ua [188.8.131.52], reject=550 5.7.1 Rejected: 184.108.40.206 listed at sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org
> >>> p1 11:15 <ethic> 
> >>> anybody?
> >> Gary, just use smart host to google. That's powerful!
> >> Sincerely,
> > Actually, I have started using google to search for all types of
> > things, :-) The above is still a mystery tho.
> There's nothing in the log snippet above that would explain, nor
> indicate why/that your mutt died.
Right. But this was the second time [[i _think_]. My friend fixed it
by rebuilding a couple of utilities, one was SpamAssassin. I found that
SA was entirely missing [??!??]. After centuries of fmessing around
downloading out-of-date and otherwise missing source code---this thanks
to using my desktop KDE/Gnome utilities and copying then over
to /usr/ports/distfiles and finally building SpamAssassin and updating
lots of other stuff, mail worked.
I didn't believe it at first. I sent a slew of test messages back <->
forth to me on magnesium.net and other places. When my mail reached
freebsd.-test, i knew things worked.
It's live and learn; it's try until you want to punch your first thru
the wall [then don't and focus at the problem at hand.] I am trying to
unite FreeBSD and Ubuntu. It's time to give away my old Dell and then
to see if I can lose the pfSense firewall. I figure on several months'
worth of head-banging... .
Gary Kline kline at thought.org http://thought.org Public Service Unix
The 7.83a release of Jottings: http://jottings.thought.org
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