From: | Scott Llewellyn <mirv@××××××××××××.ca> | ||
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To: | gentoo-user@l.g.o | ||

Subject: | Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. |
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Date: | Wed, 06 Jul 2005 08:17:59 | ||

Message-Id: | 000701c58202$972e5a30$0501a8c0@null |
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In Reply to: | Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. by "W.Kenworthy" |

1 | I plan on calling them. Unfortantly there is no one there at 4 am! I was |

2 | just curious it port 25 being closed would be the reason I couldn't recieve |

3 | email in the first place. |

4 | |

5 | Scott |

6 | ----- Original Message ----- |

7 | From: "W.Kenworthy" <billk@×××××××××.au> |

8 | To: <gentoo-user@l.g.o> |

9 | Sent: Wednesday, July 06, 2005 2:23 AM |

10 | Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. |

11 | |

12 | |

13 | > email them and ask :) |

14 | > |

15 | > My ISP has a web page (toolbox) that allows port blocking to be turned |

16 | > off or on - defaults to on to protect new accounts, but allows users to |

17 | > turn it off (25, 80, 139 & 445 - only all on or off unfortunately) as |

18 | > needed. |

19 | > |

20 | > BillK |

21 | > |

22 | > |

23 | > On Wed, 2005-07-06 at 02:07 -0300, Scott Llewellyn wrote: |

24 | > > I believe that my ISP has port 25 closed. I have it opened externally in |

25 | my |

26 | > > firewall and it is still showing as being closed to the internet. Could |

27 | > > this have an effect on recieving mail? and if so, how should I fix that? |

28 | > > |

29 | > > Thanks |

30 | > > |

31 | > > Scott Llewellyn |

32 | > > ----- Original Message ----- |

33 | > > From: "Scott Llewellyn" <mirv@××××××××××××.ca> |

34 | > > To: <gentoo-user@l.g.o> |

35 | > > Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 9:51 PM |

36 | > > Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. |

37 | > > |

38 | > > |

39 | > > > alright, this is what I got form dig www.xploited.ca MX |

40 | > > > |

41 | > > > |

42 | > > > ; <<>> DiG 9.2.3 <<>> www.xploited.ca MX |

43 | > > > ;; global options: printcmd |

44 | > > > ;; Got answer: |

45 | > > > ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 41 |

46 | > > > ;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 0, AUTHORITY: 1, ADDITIONAL: 0 |

47 | > > > |

48 | > > > ;; QUESTION SECTION: |

49 | > > > ;www.xploited.ca. IN MX |

50 | > > > |

51 | > > > ;; AUTHORITY SECTION: |

52 | > > > xploited.ca. 7171 IN SOA ns16.zoneedit.com. soacontact.zoneedit.com. |

53 | > > > 1109230065 14400 7200 950400 7200 |

54 | > > > |

55 | > > > ;; Query time: 62 msec |

56 | > > > ;; SERVER: 192.168.1.1#53(192.168.1.1) |

57 | > > > ;; WHEN: Tue Jul 05 21:48:32 2005 |

58 | > > > ;; MSG SIZE rcvd: 97 |

59 | > > > |

60 | > > > |

61 | > > > |

62 | > > > and here it is just dig www.xploited.ca |

63 | > > > |

64 | > > > |

65 | > > > ; <<>> DiG 9.2.3 <<>> www.xploited.ca |

66 | > > > ;; global options: printcmd |

67 | > > > ;; Got answer: |

68 | > > > ;; ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 41 |

69 | > > > ;; flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 1, AUTHORITY: 2, ADDITIONAL: 1 |

70 | > > > |

71 | > > > ;; QUESTION SECTION: |

72 | > > > ;www.xploited.ca. IN A |

73 | > > > |

74 | > > > ;; ANSWER SECTION: |

75 | > > > www.xploited.ca. 300 IN A 142.177.224.149 |

76 | > > > |

77 | > > > ;; AUTHORITY SECTION: |

78 | > > > xploited.ca. 3701 IN NS ns13.zoneedit.com. |

79 | > > > xploited.ca. 3701 IN NS ns16.zoneedit.com. |

80 | > > > |

81 | > > > ;; ADDITIONAL SECTION: |

82 | > > > ns16.zoneedit.com. 649 IN A 216.110.187.226 |

83 | > > > |

84 | > > > ;; Query time: 140 msec |

85 | > > > ;; SERVER: 192.168.1.1#53(192.168.1.1) |

86 | > > > ;; WHEN: Tue Jul 05 21:49:54 2005 |

87 | > > > ;; MSG SIZE rcvd: 115 |

88 | > > > |

89 | > > > |

90 | > > > Let me know what you think!! |

91 | > > > |

92 | > > > |

93 | > > > Thanks |

94 | > > > |

95 | > > > Scott |

96 | > > > ----- Original Message ----- |

97 | > > > From: <michael@×××××××××××××.com> |

98 | > > > To: <gentoo-user@l.g.o> |

99 | > > > Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2005 9:23 PM |

100 | > > > Subject: Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. |

101 | > > > |

102 | > > > |

103 | > > > > |

104 | > > > > |

105 | > > > > On Tue, 5 Jul 2005, Scott Llewellyn wrote: |

106 | > > > > |

107 | > > > > > I recently purchsed my own domain and have been meaning to set up |

108 | my |

109 | > > own |

110 | > > > > > person email servers. I use zoneedit for my dns, and from what I |

111 | > > > understand |

112 | > > > > > you can set up mail through them as well. |

113 | > > > > > |

114 | > > > > > i decided to try to set it up today and i have almost finished, |

115 | but im |

116 | > > > > > having problem with one thing. I followed the Home Email system |

117 | > > tutorial |

118 | > > > on |

119 | > > > > > gentoo-wiki.com and I've managed to get outgoing email working |

120 | fine. |

121 | > > I |

122 | > > > can |

123 | > > > > > send to any address from user@××××××××.ca and all the headers do |

124 | seem |

125 | > > > > > proper. What I can't do is send back to that email address from |

126 | other |

127 | |

128 | > > > > > address, eg a hotmail account. It doesn't bounce back, it just is |

129 | > > never |

130 | > > > > > recieved. |

131 | > > > > > |

132 | > > > > > I can connect to the server over imap and smtp on my internal |

133 | network |

134 | > > as |

135 | > > > > > well. I do have a firewall in front and I have not opened any |

136 | |

137 | > > > ports |

138 | > > > > > (25 and imaps), but I tried sending from one internal user to |

139 | another, |

140 | > > > and |

141 | > > > > > that didn't work either. As well, there are no logs of blocked |

142 | > > requests |

143 | > > > on |

144 | > > > > > thoes ports. |

145 | > > > > > |

146 | > > > > > I'm not very experience with this accpect of networking. I've set |

147 | up |

148 | > > web |

149 | > > > > > servers before, but never and email server and I don't even know |

150 | where |

151 | > > > to |

152 | > > > > > look for problems. |

153 | > > > > > |

154 | > > > > > |

155 | > > > > > If anyone requires any config information please let me know, but |

156 | I |

157 | > > did |

158 | > > > > > follow that tutorial very closly. |

159 | > > > > > |

160 | > > > > > |

161 | > > > > > I did not setup fetchmail, but from what I could tell that was |

162 | only |

163 | > > user |

164 | > > > for |

165 | > > > > > recieving emails from external servers, eg your isps email. |

166 | > > > > |

167 | > > > > When I did this, I found setting up my mx records very tricky. Can |

168 | you |

169 | > > > > post the output from dig? It might point out suspicious settings. |

170 | > > > > |

171 | > > > > Michael |

172 | > > > > -- |

173 | > > > > gentoo-user@g.o mailing list |

174 | > > > > |

175 | > > > > |

176 | > > > |

177 | > > > -- |

178 | > > > gentoo-user@g.o mailing list |

179 | > > > |

180 | > > |

181 | > |

182 | > -- |

183 | > gentoo-user@g.o mailing list |

184 | > |

185 | |

186 | -- |

187 | gentoo-user@g.o mailing list |

Subject | Author |
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Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. | "A. Khattri" <ajai@××××.net> |

Re: [gentoo-user] Home mail server problems. | Mark Knecht <markknecht@×××××.com> |

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