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Re: mutt, gnome terminal, xemacs, gnuserv, debian etch

Chris Bannister <mockingbird@ihug.co.nz>:
>  On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 02:47:21PM -0600, Russell L. Harris wrote:
> > The package chain is as follows:
> > 
> > INCOMING MAIL:  pop3 server @ my ISP -->  getmail4  -->  maildrop  -->  
> > [maildir]  --> mutt

pop3@ISP --> fetchmail --> procmail --> mutt

>  Does getmail4 feed the mail through exim4, fetchmail does.
> > OUTGOING MAIL:  smtp server @ my ISP  <--  exim4  <--  mutt
>  Try dpkg-reconfigure exim4-config
>  Are you sure the smtp server is set correctly? What error messages are
>  you getting in the exim4 logs?

A working Exim config can be very picky about a couple of lower level
options, such as re-writing headers and hiding header re-writing.
With those set wrong, mail will look alright until you send to a
system that's more suspicious, and your mail will go silently into the
bit bucket.

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