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Re: Telnet to mail host replies connection refused

* "Paul" == Paul McHale <pmchale@doubleesolutions.com> wrote:


Paul> This is what it was set to.  I changed it to try the suggestion.
Paul> Unfortunately, it did not improve.  I think I might just upgrade to potato.
Paul> I know this is not the best cure, but I am interested in testing the new
Paul> storm release anyway. 

No, this is indeed not the best way.

You got the correct answer already, what's wrong with it?

From: brian moore <bem@cmc.net>
Subject: Re: Telnet to mail host replies connection refused
To: Debian-User <debian-user@lists.debian.org>
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 23:06:57 -0700

On Wed, Oct 11, 2000 at 11:39:20PM -0400, Paul McHale wrote:

> Sendmail: Rejecting connection on port 25 : min free: 100

You're low on disk space on /var -- sendmail will refuse to accept mail
until it has a place to put it.

You check your diskspace with "df". sendmail wants at least 100
(kB). Note that anything above 95% diskspace used is only available to

Maybe your apt cache is quite big. apt-cache clean will remove the


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