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Re: offline mail delivery
"Andrey E. Lerman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> On Sun, Sep 05, 1999 at 10:56:44AM +0200, Slawek Zak wrote:
> > "Andrey E. Lerman" <email@example.com> writes:
> > > >
> > > > Unfortunately when I set up Zmailer according to this guide, it still
> > > > tries hard to connect to remote host, despite the queueonly option in
> > > > scheduler.conf (smtp-etrn section). Do I have to change something else?
> > >
> > > Strange, it works fine for me. I even ignored the
> > > recommendation to remove smtp from routes= line in router.cf.
> > > Now looking for netcat to automate ETRN from /etc/ppp/ip-up
> > Do you use CVS snapshot ? I've left smtp in protocols too, but
> > removing it doesn't help. What does mailq say when you send a
> > message ?
> No, it's plain 2.99.51.
> First, it looks like this:
> G/232706-128: (activation pending, thread inactive, expires in 2d23h, tries=0)
> Then, if I'm online it sends message immediately (without
> ETRN). If not, it fails to connect:
> G/232706-128: smtp; 500 (connect to csd.uniyar.ac.ru
> [188.8.131.52|25]: Network is unreachable) (retry in 12h39m,
> expires in 2d23h, tries=1)
Then it looks just like my setup. But the attempt to connect is simply
wrong. The message should end up in the queue and wait till ETRN
<relay-host>, no ?
> When I'm online, I do:
> $ telnet localhost smtp
> ETRN csd.uniyar.ac.ru
nc localhost smtp << --EOT
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