sorry, I meant to say that x and y are the uid/gid respectively of the
I did a 'telnet localhost 25' and got:
telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
Which is very strange. It's almost like the service isn't running. I
did a ps -ef to verify everything is running and it appears they are
Any ideas? (thanks for the help)
On Thu, 2002-01-17 at 14:48, Roland Schneider wrote:
--Tony Bibbs wrote on 17.01.2002 13:50 -0600:
running perftest1 I get a bunch of 505 user unknown errors in
505 ??? read them again and start with one single mail.
Use either courier's sendmail or `telnet localhost 25`.
/var/log/maillog. I tried using submit as follows:
local 'dns; helo-fqhn (host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx)'
^^^ typo. Just forget about submit.
and I get the same results.
I verified that /usr/lib/courier/etc/locals has localhost in it and did
another makealiases along with restarting courier and authdaemond just
in case and I still get the same thing
I'm trying to use MySQL for authentication and for the user in question
I have the following in the database table:
uid = x
gid = y
You should not mess around with ./Maildir until you fully
understand the consequences.
x and y wont work, they have to be numeric and match an
existent entry in /etc/passwd and also match the owner
of the maildir.
Any hints on troubleshooting this would be greatly appreciated.
Run authtest and look again in your maillog and mysql-log.
Everything is there, but if you hide or munge the information
with typos nobody will be able to help.