John Madden wrote:
>On (09/12/02 19:15), Mark Page didst pronounce:
>>>having problems with fetchmail under Debian Woody. Program hangs at
>>collection of the first mail. The verbose output appears as follows:
>>>I've seen problems where fetchmail couldn't fetch a mail for some reason
>or other. I've had to manually (either using www.mail2web.com or telnet
>mailserver 110) delete the message for fetchmail to collect any mails
>after the problematic one.
>>You may just have to accept this and delete the message manually (it's
>probably spam anyway!! -- that's what's always caused me problems).
>In fairness I may have been a little snappy in posting the mail as the
hanging stopped and produced the following output which I think may be
more pertinent. maybe I shouldn't be so impatient!
fetchmail: SMTP connect to localhost failed
fetchmail: can't raise the listener; falling back to /usr/sbin/sendmail
fetchmail: POP3> DELE 1
fetchmail: POP3< -ERR POP timeout from escargot.esatclear.ie
fetchmail: POP timeout from escargot.esatclear.ie
fetchmail: POP3> QUIT
fetchmail: POP3< +OK Pop server at escargot.esatclear.ie signing off.
fetchmail: client/server protocol error while fetching from pop.esatclear.ie
fetchmail: 5.9.6 querying pop.esatclear.ie (protocol POP3) at Mon Dec 9
19:15:12 2002: poll completed
fetchmail: Query status=4 (PROTOCOL)
fetchmail: normal termination, status 4
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