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problem with sending mail (relaylock?)

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Sylvia, Sep 20, 2007.

  1. Sylvia

    Sylvia Guest

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    Hi,

    I tried searching, but I didn't really find an answer to my kind of strange problem.

    We have a php script running that should automatically send out status updates to our customers (from a webshop).

    Now one mail is sent, but the other (probably?) not?
    I sent out one teststatusmail to myself, this is the maillog :
    Code:
    Sep 20 16:17:07 vds1 relaylock: /var/qmail/bin/relaylock: mail from 213.148.252.139:44562 (vds1.degsm.nl)
    Sep 20 16:17:07 vds1 qmail: 1190297827.754839 new msg 386973930
    Sep 20 16:17:07 vds1 qmail: 1190297827.754913 info msg 386973930: bytes 1449 from <info@deGSM.nl> qp 13570 uid 2020
    Sep 20 16:17:07 vds1 qmail: 1190297827.769141 starting delivery 3211: msg 386973930 to remote [email]XXXXXXX@gmx.de[/email]
    Sep 20 16:17:07 vds1 qmail: 1190297827.769214 status: local 0/10 remote 1/20 
    Sep 20 16:17:08 vds1 qmail: 1190297828.191933 delivery 3211: success: 213.165.64.100_accepted_message./Remote_host_said:_250_2.6
    Sep 20 16:17:08 vds1 qmail: 1190297828.192017 status: local 0/10 remote 0/20
    Sep 20 16:17:08 vds1 qmail: 1190297828.192061 end msg 386973930
    
    Now I think that looks okay and try sending out a statusmail to someone else, and check the maillog just to make sure, and all I get is :
    Code:
     
    Sep 20 16:23:54 vds1 pop3d: IMAP connect from @ [XX.XX.XX.XX]INFO: LOGIN, user=XXXXX, ip=[XX.XX.XX.XX]
    Sep 20 16:24:04 vds1 relaylock: /var/qmail/bin/relaylock: mail from 213.148.252.139:45253 (vds1.degsm.nl)
    Sep 20 16:26:52 vds1 pop3d:
    ...
    
    The moment my php script has tried to send the mail was 16:24:04

    I suppose this means the message was not sent? And if so, how is this possible if both mails were sent with the same php script?

    By the way, 213.148.252.139 is our own server...so I am quite puzzled. :confused:
    Any help would be very much appreciated!
     
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