Kmail goes to outbox.
cave.dnb2m97pp at aliceadsl.fr
Fri Dec 12 17:06:00 UTC 2008
On Friday 12 December 2008 17:01, Steven Vollom wrote:
> > Under Accounts-> sending tab, the choices are at the bottom of the
> > dialog.
> Confirm before send Not Checked
> Send messages in oubox folder: On All Mail Checks
> Default send method: Send Now
> Message property MIME Complaint (Quoted Printable)
> Default domain
> Can you see my error?
Mine says as below.
Confirm before send Not Checked
Send messages in outbox folder: Not Checked
Default send method: Send Now
Message property MIME Complaint (Quoted Printable)
Default domain Localhost
I have found on odd occasions that trying to reply to a mailing list, I've had
a "refused by server", and message will remain in the outbox, until you fix
it. With that message, as it were, in quarantine, trying to send other
messages failed also, because of the faulty one in the outbox.
I've had to edit the message in the outbox, removing certain words, phrases
from the message that I'm replying to. Words like Viagra for example.
Having done that, sending a message that appears to be quarantined, is now
sent without problems.
Perhaps my ISP is monitoring my sends, and looking for spammy words or
phrases, and rejecting the send if the post looks a bit dodgy. Saying that, I
receive allsorts of rubbish that bogofilter sends to the trash, so they are
not rejecting it being sent to me.
It will be interesting if this post gets to the list, as I've used a word
above, that may end up with this post staying in my outbox.
Using Kmail 1.6.2 on a very ancient Fedora Core 2.
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