RE: Is potatoe's exim 3.12-1 OK?
You might have a problem with the local_domains setting in /etc/exim.conf.
It'll only accept *@<yourdomain).com settings via smtp. I've gotten bounced
messages that way before....
umm... Otherwise.... Check your relay_domains setting and/or the
relay_domains_include_local_mx setting. Might help (if you're using the 'mx'
setting to have bind running, though this could be a kludge.
I'm just taking a stab here, but it's worth checking out. Have you looked at
the exim home page? Whenever I've had exim problems, I've been able to get
them fixed there.
Though I only use it in a T1/DSL setting.
Hope some of this helps.
From: russell cook [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, January 18, 2000 6:39 PM
Subject: re: Is potatoe's exim 3.12-1 OK?
I have the same problem. My messages eventually freeze, and the
error is SMTP timeout while connected to ...
many bytes weritten written, but message not completed.
I would have quoted your earlier post, but I'm mailing this
via telnet to port 25 of my ISP, because I can't post out
Suggestions welcome (by both of us)!