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Can not send mail out.

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by karrotx, Jan 9, 2007.

  1. karrotx

    karrotx Member

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    Hey,

    For some reason I can only recieve email. Here's a shot of /var/log/maillog on Centos 4 when I send an email.


     
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  2. karrotx

    karrotx Member

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    I googled and found out the cause is /etc/eximamiltrap. I googled some more and found out no one really knows what it is and/or does. Does anyone here?
     
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    That file is created if you select the option WHM > Tweak Settings > Track the origin of messages sent though the mail server by adding the X-Source headers

    Why does it do it? Dunno. How to resolve it? Untick that option :)
     
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    Feedback

    I don't have that option ticked and yet I still get the same messages in my log for spamd
     
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