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Re: Mail from jsp
On Wed, Feb 28, 2001 at 02:03:52PM +0100, Rocio Alfonso Pita wrote:
> I have a problem with mail server when I use a jsp for send the
> e-mail. If I use a jsp in local net it work well, but if it is in
> another net not work.
It all sounds like there is some mysterious network-level
"security" product in play.
Could you try to run tcpdump / snoop / ethereal / whatnot
at both end-systems ? See what is sent by the JSP, and what
is received by the off-net server.
I saw recently a firewall "product" (sarcasm indicated), which
mucked *outgoing* SMTP protocol session. I don't remember its
name, but I definitely was amazed.
> In file smtp-policy.relay is IP of the another net and they can send
> e-mails from clients as outlook or netscape but not from jsp.
> Errors are:
> 1) In log smtpserver
> 1LxL05800# connection from [192.168.1.107] ipcnt 0 childs 1 ident:
This implies that you have '-a' option given to the smtpserver,
and question has been tried to ask. Is your FW product (if any)
upset about it ?
> 1LxL05800w 220 ESMTP+IDENT mail server ready.
> 1LxL05800# remote from [192.168.1.107]:59141
> 1LxL05800# Session closed w/o QUIT
This log doesn't contain timestamps, perhaps those need to be
added ? Then it would be simpler to guestimate the times.
> 2) In machine where I run jsp
> java.net.NoRouteToHostException: Operation timed out: no further
Those tcp-dumps would tell a lot more.
> Thanks in advantage
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/Matti Aarnio <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Mail from jsp
- From: Rocio Alfonso Pita <email@example.com>