Sendmail 8.14.3 not sendmail hugely attached e-mail files in a timely manner
What could be the problem.
They seem stuck and I have to run sendmail -v -q manually just
to get them to propogate.
Any reason why?
Member - Liberal International This is email@example.com
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The Doctor unleashed the infinite monkeys on 21/05/2009 00:07 producing:
> What could be the problem.
> They seem stuck and I have to run sendmail -v -q manually just
> to get them to propogate.
> Any reason why?
With so little information, it's impossible to help you.
How do you define "huge"?
How long do you wait?
What's in your mail logs?
Rob MacGregor (BOFH)
Rule 37: "There is no 'overkill'. There is only 'open fire'
and 'I need to reload.'"
...sendmail timed out
I am running FreeBSD 6.1 and trying to send a test message as a user :
>echo 'test msg' | sendmail email@example.com
Jun 25 23:38:25 Hyde sm-mta: k5Q3cPdT000675:
e.com>, size=373, class=0, nrcpts=1,
ndhanhorne.com>, proto=ESMTP, daemon=IPv4, relay=localhost [127.0.0.1]
Jun 25 23:38:25 Hyde sendmail: k5Q3cPc7000674:
, ctladdr=bhorne (1001/1001), delay=00:00:00, xdelay=00:00:00,
=30009, relay=[127.0.0.1] [127.0.0.1], dsn=2.0.0, stat=Sent
age accepted for delivery)
Jun 25 23:39:40 Hyde sm-mta: k5Q3cPdT000675:
, ctladdr=<bhorne@Hyde.brendhanhorne.com> (1001/1001), delay=00:01:15,
:01:15, mailer=esmtp, pri=30373, relay=mail.understudy.net.
n=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Operation timed out with mail.understudy.net.
How can I get message accepted for delivery and then have it get a
> I am running FreeBSD 6.1 and trying to send a test message as a user :
> >echo 'test msg' | sendmail firstname.lastname@example.org
> Jun 25 23:38:25 Hyde sm-mta: k5Q3cPdT000675:
> e.com>, size=373, class=0, nrcpts=1,
> ndhanhorne.com>...time in milliseconds by calling time.time()
I am trying to measure some system response time by using the time.time
() or time.clock() in my script. However, the numbers I get are in
10s of milliseconds.
1248481670.34 #from time.time()
0.08 #from time.clock()
That won't work for me, since the response time may be only a few
My environment is Solaris 10 with Python 2.4.4 (#7, Feb 9 2007,
SunOS 5.10 Generic_137112-07 i86pc i386 i86pc
The tricky thing is, if I run the python interpreter and import the
time module, I can get a time floating number in better precision by
cal...sendmail sendmail: [ID 801593 mail.crit] k560CUvG012024: SYSERR(root): collect: read timeout on connection from ???????, ???????
Does anyone else get this error messages. What does this mean??
What can I do to fix this?
sendmail sendmail: [ID 801593 mail.crit] k560CUvG012024:
SYSERR(root): collect: read timeout on connection from ??????, ????
OS Solaris 10
> Does anyone else get this error messages. What does this mean??
> What can I do to fix this?
> sendmail sendmail: [ID 801593 mail.crit] k560CUvG012024:
> SYSERR(root): collect: read timeout on connection from ??????, ????
> OS Solaris 10
> Sendmail 8.13.6
The sender didn't complete a particular phase of the smtp protocol.
Possibly completed the helo xxxxx.xxx but not the mail from:, or
neither. Basically it means they hung up on you. Telnet to your mailer
and experiment with incomplete stanzas, begining with helo..., mail
from:..., rcpt to:..., data...
and drop the connection before completing each stanza. Bonus points for
using log level 15 or greater.
...Sendmail outbound mail sent to google using SSL/TLS times out
I've been trying to configure a sendmail system recently to use SSL/TLS so =
that I can use SMTP Auth. Everything seems to be working with the exception=
that now I am unable to send mail to any gmail/google accounts. Instead I =
get bounce messages back indicating that for all of the google servers it t=
imes out. If I try to directly connect to any of the google servers and man=
ually send mail witout using SSL or TLS it works just fine. Am I missing so=
mething with my configuration? Any help would be appreciated.
...Can Sendmail modify the envelope time offset from GMT for mail to/from certain hosts?
We use Sendmail as a central MTA in our organisation to route messages
internally between different types of mailservers using a
One of the custom-made mailservers always sends mail as, e.g., GMT+1
when it should be GMT+2. Unfortunately, that can't be changed in the
Is there a way in Sendmail to modify the envelope on messages to or
from certain hosts (or even certain users) to replace the time offset
with, e.g., GMT+1 instead of GMT+2?
Just wondering. Thanks in advance for any help.
On 07/03/07 10:10, Alan wrote:
> Is there a way in Sendmail to modify the envelope on messages to or
> from certain hosts (or even certain users) to replace the time offset
> with, e.g., GMT+1 instead of GMT+2?
I don't think stock Sendmail can do this. You are asking to modify the
contents of a message, not the envelope, which is what Sendmail usually
I'd say that you could write a milter to do this, or an SMTP proxy that
would do this in between Sendmail and the apparently confused MTA.
> Just wondering. Thanks in advance for any help.
No harm in asking.
Grant. . . .
I am using Eudora 6.1.2 sponsored version to check a yahoo pop
account. Previously when using a different internet service provider I
was able to receive and send email without a problem. Now with comcast
I cannot send email. I have already set the outgoing smtp to that of
the ISP and checked and rechecked the settings. I have also searched
the internet for help without any luck. Help!
email@example.com (Carol) wrote in
> I cannot send email. I have already set the outgoing smtp to that of
> the ISP and checked and rechecked the settings.
You need to recheck the settings again. Comcast's SMTP server is
smtp.comcast.net, not smtp.comcast.com as you have written in the
...Time + time.local
I cant seem to get localtime to work, can anyone share some gotchas?
## check environment is setup
[dc@fox:~]$ echo $TZ
# so the env is coming through ok... or is it?
=> Tue Jan 04 06:21:25 UTC 2011
=> Tue Jan 04 06:21:02 +0000 2011
### so it seems zone is being ignored
# is there any way to override/forcibly set the timezone?
ir...timing and timing reports (again)
ich have question about timing.
i have an edk design with microblaze (using spartan 3e 500) where i
use an ip core that i wrote myself.
when i implement the design i get the following timing output in my
Constraint | Check | Worst Case | Best
Case | Timing | Timing
Slack | Achievable | Errors | Score
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------...Time Divided by Time is What?
I thought a time quantity divided by a time quantity would be a real,
but it seems to be an integer. Can anyone confirm that? I can't find a
reference that discusses this.
On Saturday, November 17, 2012 7:12:31 PM UTC-5, rickman wrote:
> I thought a time quantity divided by a time quantity would be a real, but it seems to be an integer. Can anyone confirm that? I can't find a reference that discusses this. Rick
Yes, time/time is an integer. If you need more precision than integer than you can do something like this as an example...
On 11/17/2012 9:17 PM, KJ wrote:
> On Saturday, November 17, 2012 7:12:31 PM UTC-5, rickman wrote:
>> I thought a time quantity divided by a time quantity would be a real, but it seems to be an integer. Can anyone confirm that? I can't find a reference that discusses this. Rick
> Yes, time/time is an integer. If you need more precision than integer than you can do something like this as an example...
> Kevin Jennings
That's essentially what I did. Thanks for the confirmation.
My concern is that time has the potential of being much larger than an
integer can hold, but then it would have a lot more precision than a
real can hold either. I guess it is best to do time math in the time
domain until you need to convert it to something else, like a trig
function, e.g. sin(pi*1e-9*real((2*freq*no...Times Returned by TIME()
I would have posted this on the Quicksilver group but couldn't find it.
We have a Quicksilver system that picks up files from a Windows eftpos
application. There have been some slowdowns in the process and we've
added some logging to identify the culprit. When the QS app detects a
file, it writes a log record using time derived from TIME(). It shells
out to a Clipper app which returns ADIR() data on the file. What we are
finding on the test PC (XP) is that the ADIR() time of the file is
approximately 2 seconds later than the TIME() value recorded.
Does anyone have an explanation?
Greetings to the -L,
We are thinking about using Sendmail/iX on our new 979-400 (running MPE/iX 6.5) which does not currently have it installed.
1) Do I only need the SMLHDB9(A) patch for 8.13.1 or must I get the SMLGDT8(A) and SMLHD15(A) patches and install 8.12.1 first?
2) I understand that Sendmail requires Syslog/iX. Where do I get it from?
3) Is there an 'Idiots Guide' to installing/configuring Sendmail and Syslog?
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* To join/leave the list, search archives, change list se...time.time() strangeness
today I encountered a very odd situation. I am on Windows Vista and usin=
Python 2.5.2. Here's a code snippet to illustrate my problem:
# uncomment the next line to trigger the problem
for i in range(0,100):
With the line commented time.time() returns a changing value which is wh=
I expect. However, when I uncomment it and create a Direct3D9 Device =
 it keeps printing the very same number over and over! In my proje=
I am using twisted which uses time.time() to schedule all calls. Since =
time.time() is completely screwed the whole application breaks.
I took a look at , but I can't see any obivous way how this all =
interacts. Specifically I am not sure which API time.time() uses =
internally (timeGetTime maybe?). Knowing this could probably help me deb=
more. I feel like time.time() should not break (unless the vid card =
driver/directx has a major bug). Any idea what might be happening here?
Replacing time.time() with time.clock() in twisted.python.runtime makes =
the problem disappear. I guess because it uses QueryPerformanceCounter.
Thanks for your time,
Nitro <nitro@dr-c...convert time string in UTC to time in local time
I'm guessing there is an easy way to do this but I keep going around
in circles in the documentation.
I have a time stamp that looks like this (corresponding to UTC time):
start_time = '2007-03-13T15:00:00Z'
I want to convert it to my local time.
start_time = time.mktime(time.strptime(start_time, '%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:
start_time -= time.timezone
This was working fine now, but if I do it for a date next week (such
as March 13th in the above example), it breaks because my local time
moves to daylight savings time this weekend. So my time is now off by
an hour....Sending mail without sendmail or highly secure sendmail
I am setting up a very secure Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server
version 4 update 6 server. My sendmail version is 8.13.1. My mail
server is a Windows 2003 Server with Exchange 2003 with its patches.
They are both on the same subnet. DNS is on and it will resolve the
mail server's name and IP. SSH, SCP, SFTP, and such tools are the
only networkable protocols on. NFS if off, MOUNTD is off, PORTMAP is
off, and such.
Until just recently sendmail was off on the RHEL server as part of the
hardening procedure. However part of the auditing requirements is for
a mail message to go out to some admin if certain events occur such as
"disk is full," "a panic occurred," "the system rebooted" etc.
So I will perhaps cut sendmail on and mitigate the risk as best as
So, this sounds dumb, but can you send mail without sendmail. I think
perhaps no, but I thought I'd ask anyway.
Secondly does anyone have a harden .mc file from which they could
share what they did? Of course you can fudge in phoney IP and names
to protect your secured environment.
Advice or insight do any of you have on securing sendmail is
appreciated? I want to avoid such things as promiscuous relays,
unqualified senders, etc etc. But if it must be ... it must be. :)
George <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am setting up a very secure Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Server
> version 4 update 6 server. My sendmai...Timing run time
I would like to compare the speed of two algorithms
solving the same problem.
As far as I understood, the tic-toc command gives
the time difference between the beginning and the
end of the computation, without taking into account
the time spent by the processor doing something else.
I'm using a multi-processor multi-users machine and
the CPU time used by my process is not 100% and
is not constant. The measured speeds are fluctuating
so much that I can hardly conclude anything.
Is it possible to obtain realistic measurements of
the speed of my algorithms?
Thanks for your help
Dear Didi...question about sendmail and exchange at same time
Here is the problem that I have.
I have linux users that want to use pine/mail to check mail on linux. and
Windows users that want to use the current Exchange server.
The company wants sendmail as the frontend to the exchange server.
I want to setup and sendmail server that acts as the smtp gateway and be
used for pop and imap over ssl. I would like sendmail and exchange to have
the same messages. As sendmail recieves it then forwards a copy onto the
exchage server but keeps a local copy for the linux users and anyone that
happens to travel for pop or imap. So the message would be in both p...sendmail very slow at bootup time
I assign an IP address to ServerName in Apache /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
file..Now when I boot up Linux, it usually stall at 'sendmail' for quite a
long while before say OK and continue booting..Does anyone know what is the
problem and solve it?
Also, my current PC have 2 NIC. First NIC connect to Internet, and second
NIC connect to a hub..Some other PCs are connect to that hub. I would like
to setup DNS and then assign Domain name..How can I do that? Thank you..
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 01:08:09 -0400, K T wrote:
> I assign an IP address to ServerName in Apache /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf
> file..Now when I boot up Linux, it usually stall at 'sendmail' for quite a
> long while before say OK and continue booting..Does anyone know what is the
> problem and solve it?
Put your fully qualified domain name in /etc/hosts.
> Also, my current PC have 2 NIC. First NIC connect to Internet, and second
> NIC connect to a hub..Some other PCs are connect to that hub. I would like
> to setup DNS and then assign Domain name..How can I do that? Thank you..
...covert standard time (AMPM time) to Military time
What is the best way to covert standard time (AMPM time) to Military time?
@1 mytime 5.;
@6 ampm $2.;
input @1 mytime $ 5.
@6 ampm $2.;
format new_var time.;
On Feb 12, 1:22=A0am, hummingbird10...@HOTMAIL.COM (Annie Lee) wrote:
> What is the best way to covert standard time (AMPM time) to Military time=
> data test;
>...sendmail times out waiting for local :-(
Sometimes, when the e-mail traffic gets particularly high (spammers seem to
like 6am EDT), my server can't cope -- every message gets checked by the
procmail-executed spamprobe, which takes a while.
Other spamprobe instances wait for the first one to finish (and release the
lock), leading to sendmail timing out occasionally logging:
timeout waiting for input from local during Draining Input
I'm not sure, but it seems, the procmail/spamprobe get BY-PASSED, when this
happens... Can I make sendmail return a temporary rejection to the relaying
server in such cases instead?
On 08/06/06 06:42, Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> Sometimes, when the e-mail traffic gets particularly high (spammers seem to
> like 6am EDT), my server can't cope -- every message gets checked by the
> procmail-executed spamprobe, which takes a while.
> Other spamprobe instances wait for the first one to finish (and release the
> lock), leading to sendmail timing out occasionally logging:
> timeout waiting for input from local during Draining Input
> I'm not sure, but it seems, the procmail/spamprobe get BY-PASSED, when this
> happens... Can I make sendmail return a temporary rejection to the relaying
> server in such cases instead?
If you ran your spam filter as a milter, yes you would be able to configure
Sendmail to TempFail the messages if your spam filter did not respond with
in time. Specifically look at ...Sent OSX Mail time different from System time?
I checked the system and it's correct - I live in EST but the time on
the e-mails is from California. I checked the apple.com forums and
there are tons of problems adddressed ( no pun intended) but not this
Any help would be appreciated
>I checked the system and it's correct - I live in EST but the time on
>the e-mails is from California. I checked the apple.com forums and
>there are tons of problems adddressed ( no pun intended) but not this
Common problem, easy fix. Your computer's time zone is set wrong.
You set the time zone in Date and...Time Of Day From a time
Anyone know how to calulacute the time of day, ie hour 1-24 for a time
stored in a database, using just a time in a record???
> Anyone know how to calulacute the time of day, ie hour 1-24 for a time
> stored in a database, using just a time in a record???
> Dennis Mason
If you stored the time value as a DateTime data type, you can display it
in 24hr time using the Format() function:
In Debug window:
Now() is 4/12/2006 7:01:11 PM. 1900 = 7PM.
MGFoster:::mgf00 <at> earthlink <decimal-point> net
Oakland, CA (USA)
...Time on Sent Mail One Hour Ahead of Current Time
I am trying to post this one again since last time I did not get an answer
On one of my Notes clients, email that is going out is time stamped one hour
ahead of the current time. The timestamp on the mail is one hour ahead of
the clock on the PC where the email is sent.
At the time the mail is sent, Notes client shows the correct timestamp.
The moment I send the mail and go to inspect the saved mail in the Sent or
All Document view, it is stamped one hour ahead.
Since the timestamp is created by the client and the email is so marked
before the server gets the ma...time defference betweem two time when time is given in numeric
i want time defferance between two times,,, which given in numeric formate,,,
vi si attached,.,, with,,
if any one can help me... :smileysad:
Thanks for the reply man, yes thats wat i couldnt understand that it is already in the numeric format and i just have to change the format ...