Re: fetchmail can't send to exim
That got it, it works great now! Thanks!
Now of course I can't send mail out :< Can anyone suggest a mail client
that can send it via IMAP (M$ Exchange)?
On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, James Tappin wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Jan 2003 15:36:56 -0700 (MST)
> "J. Scott Edwards" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I installed Debian on this machine several months ago and at the time it
> > did not need to do any email so I didn't configure it during the
> > install.
> > But now our network has been reconfigured and I need to use it to fetch
> > my mail. I used the default exim configuration file and installed
> > fetchmail and fetchmail appears to be getting the mail ok, but it must
> > be going into/dev/null because I can't find it anywhere.
> > I can send email from one user on the localhost to another and it seems
> > to work ok. Exim appears to be set to run in /etc/inetd.conf. I also
> > tried to run it directly as a daemon (exim -bd) but it still didn't
> > work.
> > I can't find any messages in any of the files in /var/log that seem to
> > have anything to do with this.
> > Can anyone suggest where I should look next?
> Try running eximconfig and go through the responses (I seem to recall
> there was an option for use in conjunction with fetchmail or similar in
> there), and see if that works.(IMHO dpkg-reconfigure exim should do it but
> it doesn't). Otherwise it might be the fetchmail config that's screwy.
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