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localhost sending emails

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by 105547111, Dec 10, 2008.

  1. 105547111

    105547111 Silver Pleskian

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    Any email sent out using localhost (like watchdog, psmon, denyhosts) come in as no sender and no subject, yet in the body I see sender and subject.

    Anyone know what package controls this with plesk, thinking to reinstall it is the best option.
     
  2. Herby

    Herby Guest

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    same here

    There is a special character after the first "Received" causing the problem maybe.
     
  3. Herby

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  4. x102020

    x102020 Guest

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    Same issue, running the new update from last night, on centOS
     
  5. x102020

    x102020 Guest

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    kb article above fixed the issue within minutes.
     
  6. x102020

    x102020 Guest

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    As an additional problem, I've noticed that SPF checking mode fails on all options except 'only create received-spf headers, never block'. if i select any other option such as 'use temporary error notices...' or 'rejects mail when resolves...' i receive same error message as previous which would be:
    anyone have an idea on how to resolve this one? I'm assuming it's similar to the above (which did fix the initially issue with general send/receive).
     
  7. x102020

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    im still getting the mail server permanently rejected message (#5.3.0) (in reply to end of DATA command) error with the 9.0.0.2 error when my spf mode is set to fail, softfail, etc.

    anyone?
     
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