No Outbound Mail On FreeBSD Server

PbG

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Does anyone have any idea what may be causing the following errors on all outbound mail:

2004-03-10 17:23:04 1B1Eue-0008Ej-Da failed to expand condition "${perl{check_deliver}{$domain}{$local_part}}" for virtual_user router: Undefined subroutine &main::check_deliver called.

2004-03-10 17:23:04 1B1Eue-0008Ej-Da failed to expand condition "${perl{checkusersa}{$local_part}{$received_protocol}}" for sa_localuser router: Undefined subroutine &main::checkusersa called.

2004-03-10 17:23:04 1B1Eue-0008Ej-Da failed to expand condition "${perl{hasfilterfile}{$local_part}}" for central_user_filter router: Undefined subroutine &main::hasfilterfile called.

2004-03-10 17:23:04 1B1Eue-0008Ej-Da failed to expand condition "${perl{checkuserspambox}{$local_part}}" for localuser_spam router: Undefined subroutine &main::checkuserspambox called.

2004-03-10 17:23:04 1B1Eue-0008Ej-Da => millprod R=localuser T=local_delivery
2004-03-10 17:23:04 1B1Eue-0008Ej-Da Completed


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All mail sent from the server bounces back with the receipents address and unrouteable mail domain appended to it. For some strange reason [email protected] is being stipped off and/or ignored in the delivery.


This affects mail sent from the user eg: webmail and mail sent from the command line. The box is running:

WHM 8.8.0 cPanel 8.8.0-S73
FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE


TIA
 
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PbG

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Yes. Restoring the missing file /etc/exim.pl seems to have resolved the issue.
 

easyhoster1

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Here you go, this is the default exim.pl file. Copy it to /etc
(attached), just rename the file to exim.pl
 

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Ley

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I have renamed it and placed in /etc correct?

Mail Q is still same...hmhmmhm :S