Re: fetchmail problem
On Wed, 9 Feb 2005, Eduard Breuer wrote:
> Date: Wed, 09 Feb 2005 19:36:30 -0600
> From: Eduard Breuer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Maurits van Rees <email@example.com>
> Cc: debian-user <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: fetchmail problem
> Resent-Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 18:47:46 -0600 (CST)
> Resent-From: email@example.com
> Here are few things that got me maybe little further please read bellow
> with my comments and help if you can.
> I changes the .fetchmailrc file by recomendations from you guys and it
> seems that it got me little further, but got into new error messages.
> poll austrialpinusa.com
> user "firstname.lastname@example.org" there is pedro here
> I put the whole email address, I remembered that I did it on webmail I
> have to use my whole email address as My login. deleted the password
> part and it requested my loging.. good
> # user linux there is pedro here
> less users less pain..
> # user baka there is localbaka here;
> executed the fetchmail...
> pedro@sajo:~$ fetchmail -L fetchmail.log
> Enter password for email@example.com@austrialpinusa.com:
> the log
> pedro@sajo:~$ cat fetchmail.log
> fetchmail: starting fetchmail 5.9.11 daemon
> fetchmail: 4 messages for firstname.lastname@example.org at austrialpinusa.com.
> fetchmail: reading message email@example.com@austrialpinusa.com:1
> of 4 (1527 header octets) fetchmail: SMTP connect to localhost failed
> fetchmail: SMTP transaction error while fetching from austrialpinusa.com
> fetchmail: Query status=10 (SMTP)
> here I am lost
> help please....
> Maurits van Rees wrote:
> >On Wed, Feb 09, 2005 at 04:00:50PM -0600, Eduard Breuer wrote:
> >> antispam -1
> >> batchlimit 100
> >>poll austrialpinusa.com
> >>user pedro there with password ******** is pedro here
> >>user linux there with password ******** is pedro here
> >Try putting the "poll" line below the two "user" lines. Some testing I
> >just did shows that it might help.
> >You may miss a 'protocol pop3' or similar in a line somewhere.
> >You may want to keep it simple and have just one line in your
> >.fetchmailrc. This works for me:
> >poll pop.xs4all.nl proto pop3 username 'mvanrees' there is 'maurits' here password '********'
> >Also you may want to reread the man or info page for fetchmail,
> >especially read what is said about setting defaults. Here is the
> >important part of my .fetchmailrc, which is somewhat different. BTW, I
> >don't run it as daemon and in fact only run it to occasionally check
> >some old email addresses. But it works.
> >set no bouncemail
> >set no spambounce
> >set properties ""
> >set daemon 0
> >defaults via pops.xs4all.nl proto pop3
> > is 'maurits' here options no keep no flush
> ># You can add: with password 'blabla' (possibly unsafe)
> ># or put your password in ~/.netrc (See 'man netrc'.)
> >poll mvrdata
> > user 'mvrdata' ssl
> >When experimenting I got the following error, which may have a clue
> >for you as well:
> >File /home/maurits/.fetchmailrc must have no more than -rwx--x--- (0710) permissions.
> >So a 'chmod 0710 ~/.fetchmailrc' could be good. Or pick 0600.
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Hi, I have same solution her, Pine and fetchmail for two pop accounts,
here's my ~/.fetchmailrc
# Configuration created Sat Aug 3 12:54:59 2002 by fetchmailconf
set postmaster "ernst"
set no spambounce
set properties ""
is ernst here
My usr on debian is "ernst" the two usrnames in pop acc is as you can see
blueno1671 and ermavin.
As you can see the file is old, have used it for some years, never
troubbel with it