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Re: Tripwire can't send report by email‏‏ [OT but not really]


I don't have much to offer on your problem with tripwire, but your emails
to debian-user are being caught by a spam filter that I have recently
installed that is claimed by its author to filter out 'unreadable' spam.
This may be happening to other subscribers ot debian-user. If one of
them, more knowledgeable than me, could look at my request for help with
a procmail recipe, we might both benefit. The reason for my request was/is
that a noticed these apparently well-form emails from you being caught
by this complicated, and to me, unintelligible recipe.


On 20110424_072842, Cedric DC wrote:
> Hello,
> I repost my question because I don't have posted it in the right way. I'm sorry, it's my first post in the Debian mailing list.
> I have setup tripwire on a Debian 6. I have tripwire integrity reports (pwr files) in the directory /var/lib/tripwire/report/
> With the following command I can read the report.
> twprint --print-report --twrfile proxytest-20110421-135326.twr > test-log
> I would like send the report by email.
> In the file /etc/cron.daily/tripwire
> there is the command tripwire --check --quiet --email-report
> If I try to launch this in command line I have this message :
> root@proxytest:/etc/cron.daily# /usr/sbin/tripwire --test --email toto@mydomain.com
> Sending a test message to: toto@mydomain.com
> ### Error: The SMTP server returned an error.
> ### Error Number:504 5.5.2 <tripwire@proxytest>: Sender address rejected: need
> ### fully-qualified address
> ### Exiting...
> Email test failed.
> proxytest is the hostname of my server
> Do you have an idea to solve this issue ?
> I
>  tried to change in the twcfg the variable SMTPHOST by 
> smtp.altitudetelecom.fr (my ISP SMTP relay) instead of localhost. But it
>  doesn't work...
> Thank you in advance for your help.
> Cedric 		 	   		  

Paul E Condon           

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