Re: simple exim configuration
Alan Chandler wrote:
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I'll copy this back to the list
Thanks. I forgot to readdress the last two here to the list.
Yes, that's what I'm trying at the moment. Unfortunately fetchmailconf
has stopped working. The only clues I presently have (with my limited
experience) is that when I do 'inetd restart' I find in
On Friday 20 December 2002 10:44 pm, you wrote:
I haven't changed what was installed. I now wonder what the
relationship between the 640 here and the 660 in exim.conf. Is group
I don't think exim was the last programme to write to the file - it would have
set the mode to 660.
[or at least if its local_delivery that is delivering the file. It could be
being delivered by another route - for instance procmail?]
I am a little confused by what you are using in your mail chain after all the
advice. The simplest this is
Dec 21 01:10:23 joy inetd: restart: No such file or directory
Can you tell me what configuration causes any of those connections
(except for those which have already been answered in this thread).
but for instance, I do
fetchmail ->smtp->exim (as MTA)->pipe->spamassassin->exim(as
So you can end up with quite a range of things getting in the way.
Yes! Especially when I'm sure how some of the connections are made.