Re: Relating to Domains..

From: N. <>
Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2011 17:13:35 -0400

Sorry I'm partially an idiot when it comes to some of this stuff. In
terms of telnet, I usually have been doing ssh. I tried telnet ip 25
(for port 25) got connection refused probably due to firewall stuff,
although I'm not clear that is even the right port.

I did do postfix reload, mailed via command line in ssh with the
"mail" command and did not see any errors or "status" lines in

At this point I cannot figure out why there is no logging information
at ALL, I know you guys have probably told me how to find out, but
some of the commands are brand new. Some are not.

On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 5:05 PM, Rolf E. Sonneveld
<> wrote:
> On 9/29/11 10:45 PM, N. wrote:
>> Also to add to that, I am now attempting to take amazon out of the mix
>> completely, get opendkim working, then make the amazon tweaks. Now I
>> am sending mail through postfix, but opendkim still isn't getting
>> touched by postfix. Not sure why. Mail is being sent through postfix.
>> No errors or anything in maillog from opendkim and have LogWhy and
>> other log options set to Yes in opendkim.conf.
> what happens if you define:
> milter_default_action = reject
> in your file? Do not forget to do a 'postfix reload'.
> If you then telnet to the Postfix smtp port, and send a sample message
> interactively via EHLO, MAIL FROM etc.? Do you get an SMTP 5.x.y status? If
> so, there seems to be a milter (configuration) error.
> Regards,
> /rolf
Received on Thu Sep 29 2011 - 21:13:49 PST

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