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Where to look to fix this -- ALL EMAIL STOPPED

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by xWho, Jun 28, 2003.

  1. xWho

    xWho Well-Known Member

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    All email to all of my hosted domain stop coming in at 6:47 AM this morning. Messages are not getting bounced back to their senders and there is nothing in the queue... I made no changes to the server -- email just stopped coming in.

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    tAzMaNiAc Well-Known Member

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    Did you look through exim_mainlog and exim_rejectlog .. also messages?

    Asking us what it could be -- is hard.. because you gave very limited information.

    Brenden

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    xWho Well-Known Member

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    "exim_mainlog and exim_rejectlog"

    Where are those?

    I gave all the information I had... I noticed all email stopped around 6:47 AM this morning because I have an email account that received stock market quotes every 2 minutes... the last one was at 6:47.

    From my bellsouth DSL account, I sent test emails to 15 email addresses across 10 different domains on my server and NONE of them received the test email -- at the same time I also sent test emails to my yahoo and hotmail accounts -- which went through fine.

    Where is "exim_mainlog and exim_rejectlog". I will check there.

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  4. howard

    howard Well-Known Member

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    look in /var/log also try tail -f /var/log/exim_mainlog then send a test mail and see what entires get added to the log (if anything)

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