[pskmail] Re: Client and server problems!

Hi Steve,

Just an idea, most servers are sensitive about third party forwarding
(i.e. spam). Perhaps that server only allows a from address coming from
you?
You could try to telnet and create a mail from someone else to some other
address, if it doesn't like it then it should tell you.
If all else fails then there is always gmail.

73 de Per, sm0rwo


> Yep, return address is set.
> Were you talking about setting up debug on the PSKMail server, or the
> sendmail server?
> I can't debug the sendmail server as it belongs to my ISP!
>
> Thanks for the quick reply Rein.
>
>
> Rein Couperus wrote:
>> Have you set the proper return address? Most SMTP servers will refuse to
>> send
>> mail if they don't get a valid one.
>>
>> If the server is set to debug mail you can see the smtp session in the
>> server terminal,
>> which should give you the error message of the smtp server.
>> (we have seen things like 'I can break rules too')
>>
>> 73,
>>
>> Rein PA0R
>>
>>
>>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>> Von: "Steve" <stevez@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Gesendet: 12.03.09 11:13:43
>>> An: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> Betreff: [pskmail] Client and server problems!
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>>> Hello all,
>>>
>>> I'm making some progress on getting VK2ZSZ-1 server up, but am having
>>> some problems.
>>>
>>> First, a quick note about the client.
>>> When it starts up, it would not talk to FLdigi. As soon as the client
>>> started, it asked FLDigi to transmit MULTIPSK-OFF (which it did
>>> transmit).
>>> After that, the client and FLdigi would no longer talk. I fixed this by
>>> commenting out the line "print $socket $pskmailon;" in psk_arq.pl .
>>> Has anyone else seen this?
>>> Latest PSKMail client. FLdigi 3.10 (via Fedora 10 repositories - also
>>> tried pre-compiled binaries from the author's web pake).
>>>
>>>
>>> Now for my server problems. Everything is working (web, POP3, APRS) -
>>> except sending emails.
>>> It isn't talking SMTP to my local ISP's sendmail server properly.
>>> I can send emails OK by telnetting into the SMTP server (port 25) and
>>> manually forming an email. It doesn't need authentication.
>>> Could the problem only be that my mail looks like it is coming from
>>> "localhost.localdomain"?
>>> Any idieas? I'm almost there (and still excited about PSKMail!)
>>>
>>> Thanks all,
>>> Steve (VK2ZSZ)
>>>
>>>
>>> Here are some snippets from the log :-
>>>
>>> 17:35 UTC Mar-12-2009: Receiving mail
>>> To: kl@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> Subject: Test
>>> Test
>>> .
>>> Net::SMTP>>> Net::SMTP(2.31)
>>> Net::SMTP>>>   Net::Cmd(2.29)
>>> Net::SMTP>>>     Exporter(5.62)
>>> Net::SMTP>>>   IO::Socket::INET(1.31)
>>> Net::SMTP>>>     IO::Socket(1.30_01)
>>> Net::SMTP>>>       IO::Handle(1.27)
>>> 17:35 UTC Mar-12-2009: 0!s!""C06B
>>> 17:35 UTC Mar-12-2009:
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 220 mail.tpg.com.au ESMTP (mail5) Sendmail
>>> ready.
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> EHLO localhost.localdomain
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-mail5.tpgi.com.au Hello
>>> 61-242-105-47.tpgi.com.au [60.242.105.47], pleased to meet you
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-ENHANCEDSTATUSCODES
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-PIPELINING
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-8BITMIME
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-SIZE 28521268
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-DSN
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-AUTH LOGIN PLAIN
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-STARTTLS
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250-DELIVERBY
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 250 HELP
>>> 17:35 UTC Mar-12-2009: Connection open...
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> MAIL FROM:<sremote@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 550 5.7.1 <sremote@xxxxxxxxxx>... HELO
>>> localhost.localdomain from RFC 2606 reserved domains blocked
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> RCPT TO:<kl@xxxxxxxxxx>
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 503 5.0.0 Need MAIL before RCPT
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> DATA
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 503 5.0.0 Need MAIL command
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> To: kl@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> From: sremote@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 04:35:24 CST
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> Reply-To: sremote@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> Subject: Test
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> Comments: Via PskMail.
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>>
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> PSKmail message from sremote@xxxxxxxxxx
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> Test
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> .
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 500 5.5.1 Command unrecognized: "To:
>>> kl@xxxxxxxxxx"
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)>>> QUIT
>>> Net::SMTP=GLOB(0xa6861a4)<<< 500 5.5.1 Command unrecognized: "From:
>>> sremote@xxxxxxxxxx"
>>>
>>>
>>>
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