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Server not emailing on Cron and 3rd party apps.

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by gazza101uk, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. gazza101uk

    gazza101uk Registered

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    I've got a strange problem. I've got WHM/CPanel running on my server and email accounts work just fine. Also if I use PHP mail manually coded it works just fine to.

    However, emails do not work on crons, even though the cron itself is working. And the main problem is I have openads installed and emails do not seem to be sent via that either.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Snowman30

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    ive noticed the same issue on one of our servers running the latest Current release

    crond is definately running but clients crons are not emailing

    anyone else have this issue? or a solution?
     
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    Hello,

    I believe this issue related with Exim configuration. I think server is not allowing to send mail as a root or nobody user. Please change the settings and try now. I hope this will fix the issue.

    If the issue persists, please provide us the steps to know the issue
     
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    In our case I am getting email from root@server.com without issue from other programs and scripts. Only cron emails are failing to be sent.
     
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    Mine works, but it is sporatic. Some days I dont receive both of them...
     
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    root and nobody mails are not a problem, only cron mails

    anyone found the cause or a solution yet?
     
  8. dzallecomm

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    We have similar problem:

    php mail can't send emails to addresses not in the same server, but ok to accounts in the same server disregard of domain names.

    cpanel team help to solve the problem in one server. But, now notice the same problem in another server.
     
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    Do you know what cpanel staff did to fix it?
     
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    They said that the problem was solved by removing the file /etc/webspam.

    However, I see the file in other server without causing any problem. By the way, the mail was through a php script using php mail function.
     
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