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Email relay issue.

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussion' started by kooby, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. kooby

    kooby Registered

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    Across all cPanel servers I have noticed that if outgoing email authentication is turned off that we receive an email error. I thought there was a 'grace period' of 30 minutes that starts when your first check your email? Over the weekend that functionality seems to have completely vanished and I'm surprised no one else has noticed...
     
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    gtgeorge Well-Known Member

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    There is a setting in tweak settings I believe that allows you to do a smtp send after pop check.
     
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    Make sure that:

    1. antirelayd is running
    2. POP3 logins are being logged to /var/log/maillog

    antirelayd uses the POP3/IMAP logins logged to /var/log/maillog to maintain the /etc/relayhosts file which allows for POP before SMTP authentication. If antirelayd is running but the problem is still there (and POP3 logins are logging) then try restarting antirelayd:

    /scripts/restartsrv_exim
     
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