i'm using fedora 12 and i wanna send mail using command $mail actually i tried to send mail to my gmail , yahoo ,and hotmail emails but i didn't receive the mail so i expect that i should have some configuration on my host before sending mai
I need help with my K mail I set everything up correctly but it does not send nor recieve email to my kmail. I however did recieve my email to my windows base email through charter internet but not through K mail can
can't send or recieve E-mail. Running postfix , thunderbird squirrel mail. Thunderbird and squirrelmail connect to server but am unable to send or recieve. recieve connection refuses 111 can't open smtp stream. I seen a post mentioning port 25 : 587 for squirrellmail but I do not have exim.conf to update daemon_smtp_ports= 25 : 587 is this located in another file for suse 11.2?
I'm having trouble to send and receive e-mail using Thunderbird 3. When I tried setting up new account using the automatic configuration method,the result of scanning pop. and smtp. server returned 'none' with this orange circle. I assume it's the same problem that occurred when I first tried to install Evolution. But oddly,I manage to access the web-mail account provided by the ISP using the same information used to set-up Evolution and Thunderbird 3. Precisely I'm from Malaysia and the ISP is Streamyx.com. PC run on Ubuntu 9.10.And I've heard that the ISP is non-friendly of non standard e-mail applications.
I have a desktop that has been running Ubuntu for years. Finally I convinced my wife to get rid of windows XP and move to Lucid. I did a clean install of Lucid on her system writing over windows. After the install I installed Thunderbird using Synaptic Version 3.0.6 was installed on her system. On my desktop I am also running Thunderbird 3.0.6 We have several domains and mail servers on those domains.
They all use SMTP First, I installed the ISP email and that works perfectly. She can send and receive using our ISP's mail server. I then set up an email account in Thunderbird using the SMTP email server form one of our domains. She used to be able to send and receive from for one of our domains. She can receive email from that email server, but can not send (I can send and receive from the same domain using Thunderbird) Her SMTP and mine are set up identically:
Server Name: mail.[domain] Port: 50 Username: [user]@[domain] Secure Authentication: No Connection Security: No
She is able to receive email but when she tries to send. the connection in Thunderbird either times out. or gives a password error. The password is correct, because we can use Firefox, and go to the pop and log in.Also, she can receive email direct on her computer and has to log in using her password. So I opened Terminal and tested using:
telnet mail.[domain] 50
Trying [IP address] Connected to mail.[domain] Escape character is '^']'. 220 mail.[domain]
This leads me to believe something in Ubuntu is blocking her system from using Thunderbird to send emails through the email server. I've been at this for several days now. I did try totally un-installing Thunderbird using Synaptic. Then manually deleting the .Thunderbird file. Then doing a fresh install of Thunderbird using Synaptic. Still get the same results I am thinking that maybe App Armor is stopping this? Or perhaps some other security issue in Ubuntu like Linux Security Module? Otherwise the installation went flawlessly. We even got Skype working on the first try! Printers installed correctly and perfectly too.
i am working on a neat little bash script, and i want the output to be mailed to my email account. So far i have tried installing sendmail then running: mail -s Test firstname.lastname@example.org But that hasn't worked; and i did check my spam folder. Am i missing something or is there a better technique all together?
A bit clumsy subject, but I would like to make a script, which is able to send and receive email messages from CLI. The script should work like this:
1. read user input from stdin(for example a mail address) 2. send mail over SMTP(SSL, port 465) to a mail server 3. mail server sends an automatic response, script should just display this response email sent from mail server over IMAP(port 993)
At the moment I have a fallowing configuration in my Thunderbird:
I just set up a new email server on Debian Lenny. It's Postfix for MTA and Dovecot for IMAPS server. I use Dovecot for authentication. I have two UNIX users on the system (except root), one was added before the installation of Postfix and Dovecot. I'm not doing any virtual things, just plain UNIX users and one domain on a dynamic IP. The first user, "webadmin" can send and receive emails just fine through the server from my mail client.
Now I just added a new user, "scarleo", and it turns out I'm unable to send and receive emails with this account. If I log in (SSH) with scarleo I can use bash mail to send emails, works fine. scarleo can also receive emails from webadmin and can connect to Dovecot to read emails. However scarleo cannot send or receive to or from anyone outside the server from my mail client. I have restarted both Postfix and Dovecot after adding the user. Do I have to do something else to make this account work like webadmin's?
A few relevant lines from mail.log: (I've modded my real IP) Code: Dec 7 17:44:42 homer dovecot: imap-login: Login: user=<scarleo>, method=PLAIN, rip=220.127.116.11, lip=192.168.0.18, TLS Dec 7 17:44:42 homer dovecot: imap-login: Login: user=<webadmin>, method=PLAIN, rip=18.104.22.168, lip=192.168.0.18, TLS Dec 7 17:45:16 homer postfix/smtpd: connect from bredband.comhem.se[22.214.171.124] .....
I want to setup an email client in order to send/receive emails, but since i am experiencing some issues with my ISP, i decided to setup an SMTP server with Postfix on my machine.The problem is that i can receive emails but i can not send.I read almost every thread in here refering to Postfix, but i could not find the problem on my configuration.So here it is..
Code: # See /usr/share/postfix/main.cf.dist for a commented, more complete version # Debian specific: Specifying a file name will cause the first
I use fedora 13 now. I want to try mutt, but I don't know how to make it work.so I search by Google, Then,I add a .fetchmailrc in my home directory as below:
set daemon 60 set logfile /home/kenifanying/.fetchlog poll pop.gmail.com protocol POP3 user "email@example.com" password "123456" ssl sslcertck sslcertpath /home/kenifanying/.certs/
There are two files named gmail.pem and Equifax_Secure_CA.pem in ~/.certs/ I create these two files like this: First, I retrieve the Gmail certificate provided by the Gmail pop server: $ openssl s_client -connect pop.gmail.com:995 -showcerts
I have evolution set up to send emails using gmail's smtp server. I've always been able to do it with no problems, but a couple of days ago I stopped being able to send emails to gmail accounts. I can send emails to other addresses but not gmail. The same happens with my wife's laptop with ubuntu. The only thing I can think of is that we recently moved and thus changed ISP, but I don't see how that's preventing us to send mails specifically to gmail accounts...
How I can send and receive SMS via CDMA Connection. I have tried Gammu (hangs) and Gnome-Phone-Manager (Can't run on GTK3). Gnokii? Well ... I'd like to hear from someone who has succeeded with it on F14. I don't like having to boot into Windows to check my Phone Credits
can any one please tell me that how to send mail from localhost to gmail or yahoo or some other server,i think it is some mail relay server problem but dont know how to get over it.i am using fedora 13.and i had setup dovecot,sendmail and squirrelmail properly.and configured them. i have no problem to send mail from my local host to me back.my squirrel mail and mutt works fine.bt only problem is that they cant send any mail on other servers.
I have been running an email server on a Red Hat 9 system for 5 years, and wanting to upgrade it to the latest Fedora OS. A few days ago it crashed. The server is running Fedora 11 (up-to-date). Clients are Fedora 11 and Windows XP machines using Thunderbird for accessing email. The server is running Postfix and Dovecot. Within my local network I can send and receive emails. I can also send email to addresses outside of my local network. The only problem is that I cannot receive any email from outside the local network. I cannot think of anything aside from my firewall (iptables) or postfix config that could be causing the problem.
Below are my iptables file, and the postfix main.cf changes that I have made. Iptables (the same file I was using on Red Hat version 9 with one minor deprecated syntax changed): *nat :PREROUTING ACCEPT [22:1894] :POSTROUTING ACCEPT [14:840] :OUTPUT ACCEPT [17:1356] -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE COMMIT *filter .....
Regarding few things I am facing problem : 1. How to send one copy of that outgoing mail generated from the source. It should cc to another mail id in server's backend while mail sending. 2. I don't have any domain - internally or externally. Only have static ip, accessible from outside. Can I configure sendmail to send-receive through that ip. 3. How to transfer all mails and addressbook from exchange server to linux sendmail server.
I can't send or receive any files with the Empathy Messenger in F12, using the MSN Protocol.The Menu Entry "Send File" in Active Chat remains grey.When my Friends send me files they ask me to accept the Download but I see nothing.
My issue is that i'm trying to send emails with postfix and gmail as the mail relay,i'm trying to send emails to my self by sendmail -bv firstname.lastname@example.org
In the logs, i can understand that it been delivered to the destination, taken from: /var/log/mail.log: Apr 30 00:05:23 moni postfix/pickup: 9C7552170C: uid=0 from=<root> Apr 30 00:05:23 moni postfix/cleanup: 9C7552170C: message-id=<20110429210523.9C7552170C@moni.localdomain> Apr 30 00:05:23 moni postfix/qmgr: 9C7552170C: from=<email@example.com>, size=283, nrcpt=1 (queue active) code....
When login in my gmail account i can't see nothing under the sent / inbox / spam folder.
it's seems like the mail are been sent.. but nothing is happening.
I am doing work on serial port. I want to send/receive data to/from Microcontrolar through serial port. But I don't know how to initialize, receive and send data to Serial port. i am new in fedora so i hav'nt any deep concept of fedora.can anyone send me C code , which communicate through serial port in fedora (or atleast help me). I am using Fedora 11.
I am attempting to run ssmtp from an initrd image to send an e-mail, via Gmail MTA, upon reboot of the machine. I have already successfully installed and configured ssmtp on the running box (in other words, ssmtp successfully runs after completion of the boot cycle). When attempting to mail something via `echo "Test" | ssmtp firstname.lastname@example.org`, I receive the following error message:
i m using code for sending email through GMAIL SMTP as given below... can any one tell me that how i can send EMAIL through Centos 5 CLI mode...in graphical mode we use webbrowser but in Command line how i can use this project.