Sendmail, stat=Deferred: Connection Refused #2
well I got it working
but not sure why
the iMac came with a default /etc/mail/submit.cf file
i don't know what that is for
but actually I dont have that file on my ibook
but I did see the other day on the web to link that file to sendmail.cf
ln -s /etc/mail/sendmail.cf /etc/mail/submit.cf
i renamed the old submit.cf to submit.cf.old
and now I can deliver mail with or with sendmail running in -bd mode
anyone know what submit.cf is for?
> the iMac came with a default /etc/mail/submit.cf file
> i don't know what that is for
> but actually I dont have that fil...sendmail.sendmail?
I'm setting up a newly configured server from the hosting provider, and the
sendmail file is in
I'm not sure why sendmail.sendmail is repeating. Is there some
configuration remaining or do I just need to rename the file to sendmail?
Dan DeLion <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm setting up a newly configured server from the hosting provider, and the
> sendmail file is in
> I'm not sure why sendmail.sendmail is repeating. Is there some
> configuration remaining or do I just need t...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
&...Mail::Sendmail cannot connect to localhost but the mail command can
I have a script that uses Mail::Sendmail, this script works just fine
in 4 different boxes (RedHat and Solaris).
Nevertheless, there is this Solaris machine where it doesn't work, and
this is the error I get in the $Mail::Sendmail::error variable:
connect to localhost failed (Connection refused)
The thing that puzzles me, is that in the same machine, the mail
command works just fine.
39 sfx@et2:ver_2> mail email@example.com
As far as I know, mail tries to send emails via the localhost SMTP
just as Mail::Sendmail does.
I also tried c...Sendmail connection refused
Linux distro: SuSE 8.0
Sendmail: version 8.12.2
I've been unsuccessful connecting to sendmail on any interface other than
127.0.0.1 If I try to send a mail to the sendmail process running on this
host with sendmail(for testing purposes) with the following command:
/usr/sbin/sendmail -Cclient.cf -v -d user1
(this is an exercise in a book I've beem following: "sendmail" by
user1... Connecting to host1.domain via hub...
makeconnection (host1.domain.net. [192.168.1.2].25 (2))
Connect failed (Connection refused by host1.domain.)
openmailer: makeconnection => stat=75, errno=111
However it works just fine if I send a mail this way:
/usr/sbin/sendmail -v -d user1
user1... Connecting to localhost.domain. via relay...
makeconnection (localhost.domain). [127.0.0.1].25 (2))
Furthermore, if I try to telnet:
$> telnet 192.168.1.2 25
telnet: connect to address 192.168.1.2: Connection refused
$> telnet 127.0.0.1 25
Connected to 127.0.0.1..
220 host1.domain ESMTP Sendmail 8.12.3/8.12.3/SuSE Linux 0.6; ...
Also netstat -a gives :
tcp 0 0 localhost:smtp *:* LISTEN
as the only entry for smtp
I tried everything I could imagine to get sendmail to listen to interface
other than 127.0.0.1
In sendmail.cf I changed daemon port options to:
This has no effect! I e...sendmail refusing connections
I recently installed sendmail with wrappers support (thankyou for your help)
on a host within our network, my reasoning was that Host A would only except
mail from our users and our mail relay Host B. I see in Host B's log files
that Host A is sometimes refusing connections from our members as well as
from Host B with the message.. "Deferred: Connection timed out with ...."
I have set the RefuseLA option as well as MaxDaemonChildren to very high
numbers with no result, it is still refusing connections. I really don't
want Host A to ever refuse a connection from it...Sendmail Deferring mail.
I have an issue with sendmail deferring mail when sending, mail is
just getting dumped in the mail queue and going no-where..
I'm getting the following error:
May 8 21:40:43 wamzl100 sendmail: p491ehbX005723:
from=<firstname.lastname@example.org>, size=321, class=0, nrcpts=1,
daemon=MTA, relay=localhost [127.0.0.1]
May 8 21:40:43 wamzl100 sendmail: p491edDd005720:
email@example.com, ctladdr=root (0/0), delay=00:00:04,
xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=relay, pri=30010, relay=[127.0.0.1]
[127.0.0.1], dsn=2...Stopping sendmail from listenning (sendmail: accepting connections)
I know (but can't remember how) that there is a way to have sendmail
configured only to send outgoing mail only and refusing external
Can someone have a clue?
Dale Talcott wrote:
> Jean-Philippe Blais <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>>I know (but can't remember how) that there is a way to have sendmail
>>configured only to send outgoing mail and refusing external
> We use -d99.100 -q30m on the command line, along with a sendmail.cf with
> masquerading and a smart host defined.
thank you for...mail / sendmail refused by localhost
i have a running redhat linux ...
sendmail is running ...
i can sent emails to local users i.E. mail -s "subject" root@localhost
but if i want to send a email to a email adress like this...
(email@example.com) i get the message:
Jul 28 09:42:16 gateway01 sendmail: h6S7gG3b028559:
size=45, class=0, nrcpts=1,
Jul 28 09:42:16 gateway01 sendmail: h6S7gG3b028559:
firstname.lastname@example.org, delay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=30038,
sta...Sendmail Deferred: Connection timed out
I got the following "Connection timed out" errors from some of the email
servers, like google:
$ tail -1 /var/log/mail.log
Jun 15 15:55:52 coral sm-mta: s5FAo29p007675:
to=<email@example.com>, delay=09:05:50, xdelay=00:10:36, mailer=esmtp,
pri=2550569, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. [18.104.22.168],
dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-
Since not all my emails are blocked, I think that the problem is not at
my local side, but the remote SMTP server. This is what I did to look
into the problem...Sendmail Newbie: Connection refused
I've recently upgraded from SunSendmail8.10.7 to Sendmail8.12.10.
After doing this, when I attempt to send mail via command-line
(/usr/lib/sendmail -v /dev/null bmfukud), I get the following error
bmfukud...Connecting to [127.0.0.1] via relay...
bmfukud...Deferred: Connection refused by [127.0.0.1]
FYI: Output from /usr/lib/sendmail -bt -d0.1 < /dev/null
Compiled with: DNSMAP LOG MAP_REGEX MATCHGECOS MIME7TO8 MIME8TO7
NAMED_BIND NDBM NETINET NETINET6 NETUNIX NIS NISPLUS
============== SYSTEM IDENTIT...Sendmail claiming connection refused
I have the following setup:
Server 1 is running sendmail and is setup as the standard mx using means of
server 2 is also running sendmail and is configured as a backup mx for
domains hosted on server 1 (mx records set properly).
Basically, server 2 is supposed to accept mail for serveral domains during
times when server 1 is not reachable for email. In order to achieve that, I
have added those domains to /etc/relay-domains on server 2. In addition to
that I have added those domains to /etc/mailertable as follows:
I assume this is the...Sendmail Connection Refused: Resolved
Turns out there was a very simple solution. Sendmail wasn't listening to any
other network interfaces due to how it was being launched, rather than a
firewall or configuration problem. The solution evaded me because SuSE
doesn't document their Sendmail implementation very well, but it's obvious
from SuSE's init script for Sendmail.
if test "$SMTPD_LISTEN_REMOTE" != "yes"; then
SENDMAIL_ARGS="-O DaemonPortOptions=Addr=127.0.0.1 $SENDMAIL_ARGS"
where $SENDMAIL_ARGS is set in a file /etc/sysconfig/mail
Thanks for all the help!
George...Sendmail refuses to send mail
only recently have I started using sendmail (8.11) on a RedHat 7.1 linux machine.
Up till now I've only been able to receive e-mail (both local and remote).
Sending e-mail to a valid e-mail address stops with a dsn 4.0.0 and "no route to host", even though I can ping the domain in the e-mail address. Traceroute however is unable to come up with an answer.
What do I do wrong? Any place I can find a clear description of what is happening?
Thanks in advance!
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-= ...sendmail patch overwrites /etc/mail/sendmail.cf
just installed patch 122857-02 (would be 122856 on SPARC) on my machine. Why
does this patch overwrite my (custom) /etc/mail/sendmail.cf?
This file is marked in the /var/sadm/install/contents database as "e" so
should be left alone during patch installation.
At least a notice in the patch README would have been nice, but this file
just contains useless NOTEs most of the time.
Better leave the sendmail.cf alone if it has been changed from the
installed one (can be simply checked with the checksum in
On Fri, 28 Apr 2006, Daniel Rock...stat=Deferred: Connection refused by
for the past two days I'm trying to get the sendmail working with out any
sendmail keep getting the followings error:
Jun 13 22:07:34 teapot sendmail: j5DIYKv6212015:
firstname.lastname@example.org, delay=01:33:14, xdelay=00:01:01, mailer=esmtp,
pri=481788, relay=hp.com [22.214.171.124], dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection
I can telnet to hp.com mail server on port 25 without problem:
root@teapot# dig MX netman.dk
;; ANSWER SECTION:
netman.dk. 86400 IN MX 5 barracuda.netman.dk.
netman.dk. 86400 IN ...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 messag...Sendmail refusing connections #2
I am Very new to sendmail, so I don't even know what type of
information would be helpful for me to post.
I am using sendmail 8.13.6, that comes bundled with Sophos PureMessage
We have seen a couple of network outages recently, and my sendmail
server has had some issues during this time. This box serves as both
my mail gateway and my outgoing smtp server for all clients (Eudora,
Thunderbird, and Sun's Webmail) on my network. When the network is
down, it starts refusing local client connections, but not from Sun's
Messenging server. I am always able to send outgoing me...sendmail is deferred connection with other PC in the same net
I have a sendmail that connect to other MTA's without problems but
with a POP3 server in the same net the first devolve
Can anyone help me?
The PORT 25 is ok
iptables are off
pop3 service in second server is ok
...Sendmail simple relay
I've been running sendmail 8.12.5 on Redhat 8 for close to a year
without any problems. This sendmail installation doesn't do anything
besides take e-mails that are generated by PHP scripts and forward
them to the appropriate address. The server resides in a DMZ with a
real-world IP and is firewalled on port 25 to prevent any kind of open
relaying or other mischief.
About a week ago, sendmail suddenly stopped delivering messages. The
problem seems to be that the e-mails are attempting to be sent using
the real world IP instead of localhost. In fact, all of the old log
entries were...Sendmail Deferred and times out with mail server
I have a linux box that sits in our Cisco PIX DMZ and relays mail to
our internal Exchange server. Problem I have is that sometimes it
relays fine, other times we get a 'Connection timed out with
Here is a snippet from my logfile of a email I recently sent:
Jan 6 11:36:42 myhost sendmail: j06GagkR004136: from=root,
size=62, class=0, n
Jan 6 11:36:43 myhost sendmail: j06GagU6004138:
from=<email@example.com>, size=386, class=0, nrcpts=1,
msgid=<20050106163...sendmail refuse mail to specific users
we have sendmail setup to accept all mail to unqualified
recipiants which then drops into a default mailbox if no
valid user is found.
This is the main is fine and wanted for our setup, but we
are getting mail aimed at some particular boxes, eg, fring,
jkft etc, is there a way to have sendmail check a list and
if a particular name is matched refuse the mail ?
> we have sendmail setup to accept all mail to unqualified recipiants
> which then drops into a default mailbox if no valid user is found.
> This is the main is fine and wanted for our setup, but we ...Sendmail Sandwich: Connection refused by localhost
I have configured Trendmicro InterScan within a sendmail sandwich on
SuSE 7.2: The front end sendmail (smpt1) listens on port 25, does
relay checking end sends the message via a special local mailer
(esmtpvw) and mailertable to InterScan listening on port 18000. After
mail scanning InterScan sends the message to the backend sendmail
(smpt2) on port 19000 which distributes the mail to the different mail
After changing the DNS servers in the network configuration and a
reboot the front end sendmail complained for incoming messages with:
Jul 2 08:34:04 ora-xlvw smtp1: h6...unable to forward mail from 1 sendmail server to another sendmail server
i have a setup like this: box A ---> box B ---> sends to the world.
sendmail, solaris 9.
what is happening is as follows:
Application on box A generates mail (for the users, who can be from
anywhere) forwards it to box B which sends it out.
The box A is forwarding mail to box B, only for the users of the
domain, ie if there is a user is having a gmail id the mail is NOT
forwarded from box A ----> box B.
If i do a nslookup on gmail on box A it resolves properly.
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