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warning: trouble injecting bounce message, will try later

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by ghazlewood, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. ghazlewood

    ghazlewood Basic Pleskian

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    I've been trying to get mailman working properly today and stumbled across a message which is repeating in my maillog (/usr/local/psa/var/log/maillog)

    "Sep 23 04:22:11 jayce qmail: 1127445731.770950 warning: trouble injecting bounce message, will try later"

    This message is repeating very frequently and I am at a loss as it to its cause even after extensive Googling.

    I am running 7.5.2 on a FC1 machine, this is my component list:

    psa 7.5.2-fc1.build75050128.10
    httpd 2.0.50-1.0
    bind 9.2.2.P3-9
    courier-imap 3.0.8-fc1.build75050128.10
    frontpage 5.0.2.2634
    mailman 2.1.5-6
    mysql 3.23.58-4
    postgresql-server 7.3.4-11
    webalizer 2.01_10-14
    php 4.3.8-1.1
    mod_python 3.0.4-0.1
    coldfusion Component was not installed
    psa-migration-manager Component was not installed
    SSHTerm Component was not installed
    spamassassin 3.0.4-1
    psa-qmail 1.03-fc1.build75050128.10
    psa-qmail-rblsmtpd 0.70-fc1.build040611.14
    psa-proftpd 1.2.10-fc1.build75050128.10
    psa-logrotate 3.7-fc1.build75050128.10
    psa-spamassassin Component was not installed
    tomcat4 4.1.24-full.2jpp
    psa-tomcat-configurator 7.0.3-fc1.build040611.14
    mod_perl 1.99_12-2
    perl-Apache-ASP 2.57-fc1.build75050128.10
    drweb Component was not installed
    drweb-qmail Component was not installed
    psa-bu Component was not installed
    psa-api-rpc Component was not installed

    I have 4PSA SpamGuardian, 4PSA TotalDomains and 4PSA Advanced Statistics. I also have clamav installed inline based on the hostbird.com instructions.

    Anyone have any ideas on what is going on and why?

    Cheers

    George
     
  2. ghazlewood

    ghazlewood Basic Pleskian

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    related?

    I don't know if this is related but this afternoon when I discovered the above problem I had enabled a mailman list and tried posting a few messages to it as a test.

    Now I am starting to see bounces where my server has responded:

    "Remote host said: 553 sorry, that domain isn't in my list of allowed rcpthosts; no valid cert for gatewaying (#5.7.1)"

    I've restarted things, kicked the tires etc. but am still clueless. I think this must have something to do with mailman... although nothing to do with the problem above...

    The other *really* strange problem (I'm wishing I didn't get out of bed this morning!) is that I can't send HTML messages to my mailman list even though I have disabled content filtering...

    Much wierdness...

    Anyone have any ideas where to start with any of this?

    Cheers

    George
     
  3. ghazlewood

    ghazlewood Basic Pleskian

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    worked out the mailman problems

    OK I have sorted my problems with mailman after I found the /var/logs/mailman/error file.

    It would seem that for some reason when Plesk or mailman is creating a list it isn't creating the "en" directory containing the templates for the various pages/textfiles that mailman uses. Copying the relevant language directory from /var/mailman/template/ did the trick. I can now post in full HTML glory! :) *ugh*

    But if anyone has answers to any of the other problems above I would be very grateful.

    Cheers

    George
     
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