> The asterisks are mine, I've just removed the IP-adresses, servernames and
> email-adresses. I've had a hard time finding info about what might give this
> error, any ideas?
Look at your log!
Ralf Hildebrandt ([hidden email]) [hidden email] Postfix - Einrichtung, Betrieb und Wartung Tel. +49 (0)30-450 570-155
http://www.arschkrebs.de I'm looking for a job
To rephrase, spam is not the answer. Spam is the question. Death is
not the answer, but pretty close to it.
Postfix logs all failed and successful deliveries to a logfile. The file is
usually called /var/log/maillog or /var/log/mail; the exact pathname is defined
in the /etc/syslog.conf file.
When Postfix does not receive or deliver mail, the first order of business is
to look for errors that prevent Postfix from working properly:
% egrep '(warning|error|fatal|panic):' /some/log/file | more
Note: the most important message is near the BEGINNING of the output. Error
messages that come later are less useful.
The nature of each problem is indicated as follows:
* "panic" indicates a problem in the software itself that only a programmer
can fix. Postfix cannot proceed until this is fixed.
* "fatal" is the result of missing files, incorrect permissions, incorrect
configuration file settings that you can fix. Postfix cannot proceed until
this is fixed.
* "error" reports an error condition. For safety reasons, a Postfix process
will terminate when more than 13 of these happen.
* "warning" indicates a non-fatal error. These are problems that you may not
be able to fix (such as a broken DNS server elsewhere on the network) but
may also indicate local configuration errors that could become a problem