On Wed, 11 Dec 2002 20:39:19 +0000
Mark Page <mpage at esatclear.ie> wrote:
> One more try with this question as no answers yet.
>> Fetchmail refuses to deliver with the following output: and help much
> appreciated at this stage.
>> fetchmail: 5.9.11 querying pop.esatclear.ie (protocol POP3) at Wed Dec
>> 11 20:33: 43 2002: poll started
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK ready
> fetchmail: POP3> USER mpage
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK Password required for mpage.
> fetchmail: POP3> PASS
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK mpage has 2 visible messages (0 hidden) in 4425
> octets. fetchmail: POP3> STAT
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK 2 4425
> fetchmail: POP3> LAST
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK 0 is the last read message.
> 2 messages for mpage at escargot.esatclear.ie (4425 octets).
> fetchmail: POP3> LIST
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK 2 visible messages (4425 octets)
> fetchmail: POP3< 1 871
> fetchmail: POP3< 2 3554
> fetchmail: POP3< .
> fetchmail: POP3> TOP 1 99999999
> fetchmail: POP3< +OK Message follows
> reading message mpage at escargot.esatclear.ie:1 of 2 (871 octets)
> fetchmail: SMTP connect to localhost failed
Try telnet localhost smtp and see what you get, it looks
like your local smtp server isn't running.
> fetchmail: POP3> QUIT
> fetchmail: POP3< Test
> fetchmail: SMTP transaction error while fetching from pop.esatclear.ie
> fetchmail: 5.9.11 querying pop.esatclear.ie (protocol POP3) at Wed Dec
>> 11 20:36:57 2002: poll completed
> fetchmail: Query status=10 (SMTP)
> fetchmail: normal termination, status 10
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