[Ilugc] Mail server query
- From: linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Suresh Ramasubramanian)
- Date: Fri Jul 23 07:11:51 2004
On Thu, Jul 22, 2004 at 04:11:54PM +0100, gilbert raja wrote:
Before asking this kind of questions , u should specify about
your mail server either it is Sendmail or Qmail. In send mail
Its not a easy task to configure your mailserver to contact
two different networks.
dont talk nonsense
Instead of Qmail there is easy to configure to do like this.I hope u r
using Qmail.Your setup is correct. but in outlook express u hav to change
the sever type as IMAP.you can try this. it is as fast as smtp and pop3.
please try this and send me the result.
Anandh G <anandhg02@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
172.30.1.2, this worked, but for POP3 (receiving)
172.30.1.2 IP didn't
worked. So I have to change the POP3 IP back to the
This is a issue with your pop3 daemon, not with sendmail or qmail, which are
mailservers, for sending and receiving mail using the smtp protocol.
What are you running as a pop3 server - is it out of inetd / xinetd? Or as a
daemon (like courier imap)?
Try this from your lan -
$ telnet 172.30.1.2 110
$ telnet your.public.ip 110
each time, after you get a prompt like +OK [some text], type "quit" [enter]
and come out of there.
* Check that your pop3 daemon is listening on both interfaces
* Check that there's no firewall preventing pop3 access on your local ip
* Check whether this is not "prevented access" but a timeout because of
reverse dns resolution issues within your LAN, or maybe because of identd
linux@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Suresh Ramasubramanian)
jaharkes@ravel:/usr/src$ mv linux Gnu/Linux
mv: cannot move `linux' to `Gnu/Linux': No such file or directory
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