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Can't Send/Receive Email (exim_paniclog has undefined subroutine)

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by jondolar, Apr 17, 2006.

  1. jondolar

    jondolar Well-Known Member

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    I've worked on this for 8 hours. Clients can not send or receive.

    exim_paniclog shows the following (over and over):
    2006-04-17 18:10:43 failed to expand condition "${perl{checkspam}}" for lookuphost router: Undefined subroutine &main::checkspam called.

    2006-04-17 18:10:43 failed to expand condition "${perl{checkspam}}" for literal router: Undefined subroutine &main::checkspam called.

    2006-04-17 18:10:50 failed to expand condition "${perl{democheck}}" for democheck router: Undefined subroutine &main::democheck called.

    2006-04-17 18:10:50 failed to expand condition "${perl{checkbx_autowhitelist}{$authenticated_id}}" for boxtraper_autowhitelist router: Undefined subroutine
    &main::checkbx_autowhitelist called.

    Sent emails bounce back with the following:
    unrouteable mail domain "yahoo.com"
    xxx@hotmail.com
    unrouteable mail domain "hotmail.com"
    xxx@gmail.com
    unrouteable mail domain "gmail.com"
    xxx@verizon.net
    unrouteable mail domain "verizon.net"
    or whatever the domain happens to be

    I have done the following (several times)
    recompiled perl
    ran /scripts/eximup --force
    deleted and recreated the rpm database
    deleted the spambox directory (can't remember exact directory name)
    disabled spambox in whm

    I've done many of these multiple times.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. nickp666

    nickp666 Well-Known Member

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    do you have the mail::SPF perl module installed?

    are you running any third party products such as mailscanner?
     
  3. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Those errors usually indicate that /etc/exim.pl is missing. You should check that none of the exim files have been chattr'd:

    lsattr /etc/exim*

    If they have (they should all be -'s), remove any of the chattr flags and then run:

    /scripts/eximup --force
     
  4. widesurf

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    Exim Mail Queue

    My emails are stuck in Exim Mail Queue and are not delivered.
    I just ran /etc/eximup --force but problems remains

    Here's what it states when looking at the messages in Queue.

    1FXKTF-0006zQ-Pt-H
    root 0 0
    <oddvin@directnetmarketing.com>
    1145721389 0
    -helo_name homexp1
    -host_address 62.50.183.92.26440
    -interface_address 69.10.154.129.25
    -received_protocol smtp
    -body_linecount 25
    -host_lookup_failed
    XX
    1
    mybiztips@yahoo.com

    180P Received: from [62.50.183.92] (helo=homexp1)
    by server.directnetmarketing.com with smtp (Exim 4.52)
    id 1FXKTF-0006zQ-Pt
    for mybiztips@yahoo.com; Sat, 22 Apr 2006 08:56:30 -0700
    053I Message-ID: <009b01c66625$4f6e4e50$2101a8c0@homexp1>
    055F From: "Oddvin Nesheim" <oddvin@directnetmarketing.com>
    055T To: "Oddvin Nesheim [MyBizTips]" <mybiztips@yahoo.com>


    It says host lookup failed. And when I try to deliver:

    Message 1FXKTF-0006zQ-Pt is not frozen
    delivering 1FXKTF-0006zQ-Pt
    Connecting to mx1.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.73]:25 ... failed: Connection refused
    LOG: MAIN
    mx1.mail.yahoo.com [67.28.113.73]: Connection refused



    Any ideas would be appreciated as I've had a lot of issues with my mailserver.

    Oddvin
     
  5. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    This:

    Suggests Yahoo! aren't accepting email from your server. You'd have to ask them why.
     
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