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emailing cpanel logs

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by ladydi711, Nov 9, 2006.

  1. ladydi711

    ladydi711 Well-Known Member

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    I have a new server with cPanel (10.9.0-R57). I also have another server that I have had for a while.

    On the new server, I'm sure I'm overlooking something, but I don't get email notifications for the scheduled cPanel jobs (backups, logwatch, etc). I do get email notification from cPanel when new accounts are created, and I can send email as root using mutt on the server.

    Where am I missing this config!??

    Thanks in Advance,
    Diane
     
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    ladydi711 Well-Known Member

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    OK this may have something to do with it, but i've not figured out how to overcome the issue of not receiving emails from the cron jobs...

    My new server has a hostname with a domain name on another server.

    i.e. the hostname of this new server is host2.domainname.com and the domain of domainname.com resides on another server.

    And I'm getting User 0 set for local_delivery transport is on the never_users list in the exim_mainlog. (mail to root@host2.domainname.com)

    But, when I create a new account in WHM, mail for cpanel@host2.domainname.com it gets delivered.

    Am I explaining the problem well enough for someone to point me in the right direction?

    THANKS!
    Diane
     
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    ladydi711 Well-Known Member

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    not getting email for root

    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004nk-2p <= root@host.domain.com U=root P=local S=2224
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004nk-2p User 0 set for local_delivery transport is on the never_users list
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004nk-2p == root@host.domain.com R=localuser T=local_delivery defer (-29): User 0 set for local_delivery transport is on the n
    ever_users list
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004nk-2p ** root@host.domain.com: retry timeout exceeded
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004o2-4l <= <> R=1Gjv7C-0004nk-2p U=mailnull P=local S=3067
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004nk-2p Completed
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004o2-4l User 0 set for local_delivery transport is on the never_users list
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004o2-4l == root@host.domain.com R=localuser T=local_delivery defer (-29): User 0 set for local_delivery transport is on the n
    ever_users list
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004o2-4l ** root@host.domain.com: retry timeout exceeded
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004o2-4l root@host.domain.com: error ignored
    2006-11-14 04:02:02 1Gjv7C-0004o2-4l Completed


    Looking more through logs, the above message is what is in the exim_mainlog. This is when my cron.hourly would have run.

    Any ideas?
     
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