nullmailer - Sending failed: Could not exec program
gheskett at wdtv.com
Sat Jun 21 15:47:24 UTC 2014
On Saturday 21 June 2014 11:33:01 Graham Watkins did opine
And Gene did reply:
> On 21/06/14 16:12, compdoc wrote:
> >> Thank you for the reply, but /var/spool/nullmailer/queue just
> >> seems to show that I have 8 messages unsent
> > You have to delete them
> OK, been there, done that. Now what?
> Just sent another message from the command line:
> echo 'This is the message.' | mail -s 'Subject line here'
> shellycat.gw at ntlworld.com
That is an outside address. Does your dns resolver know who ntlworld.com
If your local network is host file based, then it even works between
machines. I can send an email from lathe.coyote.den to coyote.coyote.den
with gene at coyote.coyote.den as the address. That assumes the resolver is
set for host,dns for search order.
> that hasn't arrived either.
And you must delete it from the queue before sending another test msg
after changing whatever you need to change. A stuck msg hangs the whole
> sudo nullmailer-send
> Rescanning queue.
> Starting delivery, 1 message(s) in queue.
> Starting delivery: protocol: --port=25 host: smtp.ntlworld.com file:
> Sending failed: Could not exec program
> Delivery complete, 1 message(s) remain.
> Will provide any more info required though I'm a bit outside my comfort
> zone here.
Generally if the mail originates on this machine, you only need the
username to send yourself an email on that machine. You may have to make
a group entry that merges that name with yours if the originating user is
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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