Hi Glenn,Lubuntu is the way to go, I can only agree there. Trouble is this issue is related to 12.10 so I would think it affects x/l/k/ubuntu or other versions the same way. Lubuntu 12.10 should have this. My bench test server is running lubuntu 12.04 and it is fine. Mail went right through it and gmail just now. I have now started to "upgrade" to 12.10 and I will retest when that is done. It will take a while, it is an ancient P3-600...(I have no other use for that laptop so it's perfect for these tests).
73, Per sm0rwo 2012-12-30 16:29, Glenn Roeser skrev:
Thanks Per for that info. Just yesterday I dumped Ubuntu on my server computer and at Rein's suggestion I changed over to Lubuntu. The laptop that I use for the server is an older model and not the fastest PC. I noticed that after changing to Lubuntu it flies! So far it is working flawlessly and I am able to leave local mail on other servers.Very 73, Glenn WB2LMVOn Sun, Dec 30, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Pär Crusefalk <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:Hi all, Servers that are running on Ubuntu 12.10 and rely on gmail for smtp may find something like this in the server log: "invalid SSL_version specified at /usr/share/perl5/IO/Socket/SSL.pm line 332". Seems likely this is caused by an upgraded IO::Socket::SSL in Ubuntu 12.10, it should not break things but seems like it does here. Servers running on 12.10 that are using gmail for smtp will not be able to send messages with this issue. My bench test server is running 12.04 now and I will test that server with both versions of Ubuntu and try to find a fix. But, quick fix should be to stay on 12.04. 73 de Per sm0rwo