Niall O Broin wrote:
>Didn't see it last time - certainly never hurts to repeat yourself.
>>>fetchmail: SMTP connect to localhost failed
>>>>There's your problem, clear as day - isn't debugging output wonderful.
>fetchmail can't connect to an SMTP server running on your box, most likely
>because there isn't one, although there could be other reasons. If you don't
>have an SMTP server running on your box, you absolutely need to install one -
>it's what fetchmail uses to deliver mail it has fetched to you. Postfix would
>be my recommendation, but that's only because I find readable configuration
>files a feature.
>Gonna try postfix and edit /etc/postfix/main.cf. For some strange reason
I feel I'm gonna be back to the list but I'll let you know.
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