Need email server aid
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Wed Apr 21 16:04:19 UTC 2010
21.04.2010 18:41, Chuck Kuecker:
> I am running Ubuntu 9.10, with postfix and dovecot for my email server.
> I host my own domain.
> The Ubuntu machine relays emails from my Windows machine just fine, but
> when I try to relay an email from an embedded system I am working with,
> that resides on my local network, I get error messages in mail.log -
> 'relay access denied'. Sending email from the embedded system to my
> local email account works fine.
> I have the embedded system 'from' email set to my email address - but it
> seems to make no difference if I use 'device at ckent.org' instead of
> 'ckuecker at ckent.org' - I can send to 'ckuecker at ckent.org', but any
> attempt to send out of my local network returns the error.
> I've enabled the entire local network here in /etc/postfix/main.cf -
> mynetworks = 127.0.0.0/8, 192.168.0.0/16. My Windows machine SMTP is set
> to use TLS, if available, and my user name. I'm thinking that I need to
> send my user name and password somehow, in order to get relaying to
> work. I don't see any SMTP commands that would do this.
> What am I missing here?
Difficult to tell.
Post the output of
and the lines from the mail.log which show such a failing transaction.
That will make it much easier to find the root of the problem.
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