Cyrus vacation notice
nashcom at btinternet.com
Mon Apr 19 14:24:03 EDT 2010
I’m not too sure, to be honest. I’ve just sent a test message from the LAN to an invalid external user (eg asdhka at btinternet.com), and I received a ‘non delivery’ message from the mail server of the domain saying the mailbox I was trying to send to was invalid. Is this what you mean?
My postfix configuration file has the following line:
debug_peer_level = 2
What level should I set it to in order to get some more information? I may be looking in the wrong places, but I’m struggling to find logs which show emails passing through the system. The mail and imapd logs seem to show the same information, and the info is similar to that which I posted earlier, with some additional stuff showing users logging into their Inbox and other folders etc.
--- On Mon, 19/4/10, Joseph Brennan <brennan at columbia.edu> wrote:
From: Joseph Brennan <brennan at columbia.edu>
Subject: Re: Cyrus vacation notice
To: info-cyrus at lists.andrew.cmu.edu
Date: Monday, 19 April, 2010, 15:14
> From: <outofofficeuser at domain>
> To: <root at server.domain>
> Subject: Absence notification
This would be OK if the incoming message came from root at server.domain.
Are you doing something funny at the gateway, such that mail gets re-sent
to the cyrus system with MAIL FROM <root at server.domain> ? If so, bounces
don't go back to sender either. Have people reported that too?
Look at the log records on the gateway and the cyrus system to see what
the sender address is.
Lead Email Systems Engineer
Columbia University Information Technology
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