Here attached the mail log.
can someone help me with this?
thank you at advance.
As you can see:
can't create user output file. Command output: procmail: Couldn't create "/var/mail/nobody"
/var/mail directory should have write permission for user running postfix. I have no idea what exact configuration is good for RHEL5, but doing
chmod 1777 /var/mail
should be ok.
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aziz knina wrote:
Fix this too:
> Here attached the mail log.
> can someone help me with this?
> thank you at advance.
> Terry Carmen <[hidden email]>
> to aziz, postfix-users
> show details
> 1:16 pm (1½ hours ago)
> aziz knina wrote:
> I'm a new user of postfix.
> my case is a little bit particular: my company have rent a server at
> an ISP.
> this machine is located at a datacenter of this ISP, in which we have
> installed RHEL 5 and postfix.
> My problem is tha I can send emails to outside but I cannot receive
> emails from outside: I get the error:
> Technical details of permanent failure:
> TEMP_FAILURE: The recipient server did not accept our requests to
> connect. Learn more at http://mail.google.com/support
> /bin/answer.py <http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py
> [mail.mydomain.com <http://mail.mydomain.com/>
> <http://mail.mydomain.com/>. (10): Connection refused]
> the ISP says that there is no problem in his side.
> is there any thing that I can check/change in my configuration?
> Post the lines from /var/log/maillog that show the connection being
> Without the log, it's difficult to help.
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warning: database /etc/aliases.db is older than source file /etc/aliases
postalias aliases ; rcpostfix reload
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