Re: SMTP transaction error
firstname.lastname@example.org, Wed 04 Apr:
> reading message 1 of 4 (2238 octets)
> fetchmail: SMTP connect to localhost failed: Connection refused
> fetchmail: POP3> QUIT
> fetchmail: POP3< Sebastiaan wrote:
> fetchmail: SMTP transaction error while fetching from pop3.web.de
> fetchmail: Query status=10
> fetchmail: 4.6.4 querying pop.mail.yahoo.com... ... ...
An otherwise correctly-configured exim will refuse fetchmail's attempted
SMTP connection if the mail spool it needs to write to is on a full
partition. Try 'df -h'.
If that ain't it, invoking exim with -d11 (absurdly copious output)
might provide further clues.
> I started a thread - Fetchmail segfaults - yesterday, but I
> don't know how to get back into it.
> And, incidentally, how do I reply to this list - with mutt - so
> that I can thank you all?
mutt's list-reply function (bound to 'L' by default) sends a reply to a
mailing list that you've specified with a 'lists' or 'subscribe' command
in ~/.muttrc. This, assuming 'set sort=threads' or some variation
thereon, should ensure display of newsreader-style threads. Hope that's
what you meant.
Not a clue on the earlier segfault problem, sorry.