well... i show on completed. 2015-09-09 16:45:12 1ZZnB2-0005Oe-0S <= firstname.lastname@example.org U=pumpers P=local S=11514 2015-09-09 16:45:12 1ZZnB2-0005Oe-0S => email@example.com R=send_to_mailgun T=maailgun_smtp H=smtp.mailgun.org [220.127.116.11] X=UNKNOWN:ECDHE-RSA-AES256-GCM-SHA384:256 2015-09-09 16:45:12 1ZZnB2-0005Oe-0S Completed i'm currently trying to relay through mailgun and the rejectlog 2015-09-09 16:05:53 H=rs224.mailgun.us [18.104.22.168] F=<firstname.lastname@example.org> temporarily rejected RCPT <email@example.com>: failed to open /etc/exim/domains/pumpers.com/aliases for linear search: Permission denied (euid=93 egid=93) ns5.silicon-hosting.rocks is the fqdn server hostname exim can't read the alias file obviously but there isn't anything in it anyway what is it looking for? an alias to firstname.lastname@example.org ?
oasisfleeting: Id guess its looking for aliases, but the only way to know for sure is to look at the config &
I'm having trouble reaching Google's servers over IPv6, causing mail delivery failure. Is it possible to disable delivery over IPv6 while still accepting incoming mail on it? Log entries look like this http://pastie.org/pastes/10409814/text?key=mczojaaxtyuu66cx6qpx5q
Jckf: you can set interface = option to your IPv4 address in SMTP transport
or, if it's some specific recipient domains, a main-config option like "dns_ipv4_lookup = gmail.co" (to pick the example that plagued me)
(Action) ended up turning off IPv6 because of gmail :(
Good to hear that I'm not the only one experiencing this at least Where can I find the interface setting for the SMTP transport, and what exactly am I looking for? I'm diving through my exim4.conf.template, but there's so much stuff =P
hmm. If that was one that was spotted as being queued, it was only by chance. It was there for just over a minute, so that is possible it does
The mail never reached the user though. Neither inbox nor spam.
(Action) is currently having a problem with hotmail; Microsoft's MXes accept the mail and even tell me it has been queued. It never appears in the inbox or spambox.
the "=>> line says that [22.214.171.124] accepted it from us. It's now their responsibility
Microsoft are being a brick wall at diagnosing this
hi all ... I am trying to setup exim4 to send all inbound mail for a specific domain to another host. i think that's the store_and_forward router ... I have a split config on debian and I am not too sure where to insert that config block. any help would be great.
clear as mud do i create an /etx/exim4/hubbed_hosts config file?
well, yeah &
ya think i got it. now i have a strange paniclog thing ... doesn't seem to be stopping the server from running but I can't figure out where the error is coming from says "exim4 configuration error ... option unknown ... " the "option" it is refering to is one of my domains minus the tld. odd since I can't find that string grepping through anything in /etc/exim4/* anywhere else I can look? and the only time it appears in my /var/lib/exim4/config.autogenerated is as the domain.tld in the "MAIN_RELAY_TO_DOMAINS" directive