Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>> I'll give it go, but perhaps you could get rid of the numbered list.
> Much easier to copy and paste all your directions to an xterm without
> them :) (after reading them of course!)
>> Qmail always stumped me.. I could never stop it relaying! I knew how to
> stop it but it blocked off local users as well.
We'd nasty problems with it here too. It's worst fault is definitely
it's lack of human readable logs/error messages. For some reason, when I
fetchmail'd mail down locally, it would queue it, and not process it. No
idea why. Restarting Qmail (/etc/rc.d/init.d/qmail.init restart) would
sort it out though.
Is there any way of finding out why a mail is being queued, and not
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