DigitalSurgeon

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I am getting the below mentioned error when I try to send email through NeoMail :

ERROR SENDING MAIL
Sorry, there was a problem sending your message. Please click your browser's Back button, check your message, and try again.
I read from the thread http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=1071&highlight=NeoMail+sending+error
to create a symbolic link to /usr/sbin/exim for sendmail.When I create symbolic link then NeoMail do not show any sending error but every mail is bounced back with the message

[email protected] unrouteable mail domain "domain.com"
How can I fix both of these errors ???? :(
 

aby

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Are you saying that you are having issue with neomail only ?

or you are not able to send the mails anyway ?
 

DigitalSurgeon

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Sometimes I am able to send emails and sometimes not.I am not sure what is causing this problem.Right now I sent a test email through NeoMail and it didn't show any error and sent the email and I received but now I am not able to send through squirrel.
 

aby

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You should check the exim_mainlog while you send to see what actaully is the issue. Also any errors when you send using squirrel mail ?
 

DigitalSurgeon

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I have checked by sending through Squirrell mail and it seems that mails are not being sent as I din't find my sent email address in the exim_mainlog.I have tried /scripts/eximup --force.
 

aby

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DigitalSurgeon said:
I have checked by sending through Squirrell mail and it seems that mails are not being sent as I din't find my sent email address in the exim_mainlog.I have tried /scripts/eximup --force.
Any errors .. while you send via squirrel mail ?
 

DigitalSurgeon

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No, Squirrell mail didn't report any error and exim_mainlogs are not showing any log on the sender email address.
 

aby

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DigitalSurgeon said:
No, Squirrell mail didn't report any error and exim_mainlogs are not showing any log on the sender email address.
I am not convinced that you are not seeing any errors and nothing seeing in the logs... I can't help you ..without any error message... otherwise you should have a look at it..
 

jeanie

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I am seeing the same problem on a system here.

Neomail reports:

ERROR SENDING MAIL
Sorry, there was a problem sending your message. Please click your browser's Back button, check your message, and try again.

but nothing regarding the message shows up in any of Exim's logs.

I have yet to find the solution.
 

ps2wayne

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I managed to fix this problem by copying the file sendmail (/usr/sbin/sendmail) from another server and replacing it with the one that was on the server having the problem... if you run the command /usr/sbin/sendmail it was giving a segmentation fault error... after I replaced the file it would say: Exim is a Mail Transfer Agent. It is normally called by Mail User Agents, not directly from a shell command line. Options and/or arguments control what it does when called. For a list of options, see the Exim documentation.


Tested webmail, and everything worked.