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[DeleGate-En] 554 Too many exclamations (Re: (Fwd) Returned mail: see transcript for details)
27 Jul 2001 18:59:40 GMT y.sato@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato)


In message <3B61A9B7.23324.BA77F2A@localhost> on 07/28/01(01:49:43)
you "Lee Edward Armstrong" <lee@darkwave..uk> wrote:
 |Tried twice to send this to feedback@delegate.org with no sucess !
...
 |------- Forwarded message follows -------
...
 |    (reason: 554 too many exclamations)

It is because your mail includes too many exclamation marks. I'm reposting
it to feedback@delegate.org by escaping ! to "!".

Cheers,
Yutaka
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 ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
_<   >_ 1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8568 Japan


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Subject: Help
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Hi there,

	I'm in need of a POP3 and SMTP proxy server for linux (Redhat 
7.1), both of which it apears delegate can do.

I've download the latest stable version 7.3.5 and compiled it up, 
which went reasonably well "!"

I've  tried running it in Pop mode first as it looked the easier to work 
out "!"

../delegated -P110 SERVER=pop

seems to get the server going (Is there a better way for configuring, 
such as a .conf file ???).

I can telnet manualy to port 110 and using user%server 
(larmstrong%10.1.1.10) i can log into the remote server a doing a 
list shows a load of messages. Great "!"

However trying this from a mail client is another matter :
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07/25 18:00:40.68 [18672] 10+0: -- Fork(OnetimeServer): 17819 -> 
18672

07/25 18:00:40.68 [18672] 10+0: (0) accepted [38] -
@[192.168.0.80]larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk:3626 (0.002s)(1)

07/25 18:00:40.68 [18672] 10+0: PATH: pop://-
:110!danae.trafficlink.co.uk:110!larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk:36
26!anonymous@larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk;996080440

07/25 18:00:40.71 [18672] 10+0: POP C-S: USER 
larmstrong@1..10^M

07/25 18:00:40.71 [18672] 10+0: ## hostIFto 192.168.0.80 < 
10.1.7.73 (ffffff00)

07/25 18:00:40.71 [18672] 10+0: E-P: No permission: 
larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk:3626 => pop://10.1.1.10

07/25 18:00:40.71 [18672] 10+0: bind_insock(7,10.1.7.73,0) = 0, 
errno=0

07/25 18:00:40.73 [18672] 10+0: ## connect[7] TIMEOUT(10000)

07/25 18:00:40.73 [18672] 10+0: ### IDENT 
CONNECT(larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk:113) 
TIMEOUT(10000ms) (110)

07/25 18:00:40.73 [18672] 10+0: ####LS cannot open 
/var/spool/delegate-
nobody/act/delay/09/192.168.0.80:larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk

07/25 18:00:40.73 [18672] 10+0: E-C: Can't connect:  
larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk:3626 => pop://10.1.1.10 (?)

07/25 18:00:40.75 [18672] 10+0: disconnected [38] -
@[192.168.0.80]larmstrong.metronetworks.co.uk:3626 (0.075s)(0)

--

Any ideas what quite is happening here to stop me collecting mail 
from the remote server (10.1.1.10)

Also, i need to set it up so that i can send smtp to the same 
server. Security isn't an issue as its internal systems talking to 
each other "!"

Ta,
         Lee


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