[pskmail] Re: Aw: Re: SV: jpskmail APRS Email

  • From: Juergen <dl8jf@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2014 10:47:52 +0200

I tested APRS Email from client to pskmailserver local mailbox and via SMTP with other rflinkserver versions yesterday.
The results are:

Version  :  mbox delivery : SMTP
2.2.1         ok                      don't work
2.2            ok                      don't work
2.1.q         ok                      ok
2.1.n         ok                      ok

So it seems to be that only the 2.2 versions are affected.


On 06/13/2014 10:17 AM, Rein Couperus wrote:
I will take a look at the latest server code...
Rein PA0R
*Gesendet:* Donnerstag, 12. Juni 2014 um 16:35 Uhr
*Von:* Juergen <dl8jf@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
*An:* pskmail@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
*Betreff:* [pskmail] Re: SV: jpskmail APRS Email
I made some tests with a local installed pskmailserver and the jpskmail client. pskmailserver version was 2.2.1 ( http://www.pskmail.org/downloads/pskmail_server_update-280514.tar.gz) First I tried aprs email (dl8jf@DL8JF-1 Test) to the servercall (DL8JF-1), which was correctly delivered to the local mailbox.
Next I tried: "dl8jf@xxxxxxxxxxxx Test"
The pskmailserver log showed:

~MSG DL8JF-8 dl8jf@DL8JF-1 Test

I've waited some time but I got no email.
So I looked in "rflinkserver.pl" after the aprs email handling and found the local mailbox delivery and the smtp part.
Line 2904 and following are:
eval {
if ($1 eq "tweetymail") {
if ($address ne "none" && length ($address) > 0) {
send_tweety (@message); # send the mail via pskmail.org
} else {
send_mail(@message);    # send the mail via smtp


The else statement was in the =head, =cut block and has no effect, so "send_mail(@message);" was never reached. I put the "=cut" two lines up restarted the pskmailserver and got the following error message after sending the same aprs email:

�eeee�00uDL8JF-1:71 100 BA6A�
~MSG DL8JF-8 dl8jf@xxxxxxxxxxxx Test
13:53 UTC Jun-12-2014: SMTP TLS requested, no debug info available..
13:53 UTC Jun-12-2014: Connection open...
Use of uninitialized value $to in split at /usr/local/share/pskmail_server/rflinkserver.pl line 5098, <GEN7> line 12. Use of uninitialized value $body in pattern match (m//) at /usr/local/share/pskmail_server/rflinkserver.pl line 5278, <GEN7> line 12.
Data failed: 554 5.5.1 Error: no valid recipients
 at /usr/local/share/pskmail_server/rflinkserver.pl line 5107

As far I can see the SMTP connection was established but I have no idea about the next errors in the following lines.


On 06/05/2014 07:28 PM, Pär Crusefalk wrote:

    It does look ok there. What can go wrong is when the server has no
    from address for the sending station. Meaning of the server has no
    user record for you then the email will have an empty from field.
    A mall server receiving that will probably think it's spam as that
    is common with spam email. But it's have to check the server log
    to be sure.


    Skickat från min Sony Xperia™-smartphone

    ---- Jürgen Fischer skrev ----

    I've tried to send a short Email via APRS in the jpskmail-1.6.1 client
    several times without luck.
    The terminal window in fldigi (version 3.21.81) shows the following
    output :

    <SOH>00uDL8JF-1:25 dl8jf@xxxxxxxxxxxx Test 73
    --uetpmvoona a0-tb ae)iSZR wZWruneeeee<SOH>00uSM0RWO-1:71 46
    2n: 28, 100.0, 0.0>

    But I never got the email.
    If I use the connected mode to a pskmail server the email was sent
    correctly to my account.
    Any idea what could be wrong?


    P.S.: In the preferences configuration there is an entry: Log File
    I've created a Client.log file at .pskmail, started jpskmail, but
    are no log messages in it, it remains empty. Is the .pskmail directory
    the correct location for the logfile ?

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