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[ale] qmail help?



This was it.  With all the daemons running thought it was doing a full-time
run.

Thanks.

Thus spake Nassar Carneige (tracc at abraxis.com):

> 
> Check the /etc/inetd.conf and make sure the `smtp` is not commented out
> 
>    -=Nassar=-
> tracc at abraxis.com
> 
> On Tue, 12 Jan 1999, Nomad the Wanderer wrote:
> 
> > Ok,
> >   On my local machine to my local machine it's working nicely.  The problem
> > occurs when I try to deliver remotely to my host.  The remote host says
> > the connection is refused.  When I try to "telnet localhost 25" I get a
> > connection refused:
> > 
> > {0}:wally:/var/qmail/bin>telnet localhost  25
> > Trying 127.0.0.1...
> > telnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection refused
> > 
> > 
> > Anyone have a clue?  I need this working pretty quick.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> >   Robert
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Robert L. Harris                |    Windows is to Unix 
> > Senior System Administrator II  |      what 'hooked on phonics'
> >   at Great West Life.           \_       is to Shakespeare
> > 
> > 
> > http://www.orci.com/~nomad
> > 
> > DISCLAIMER:
> >       These are MY OPINIONS ALONE.  I speak for no-one else.
> > 
> > FYI:
> >  perl -e 'print $i=pack(c5,(41*2),sqrt(7056),(unpack(c,H)-2),oct(115),10);'
> > 
> > 
> 

---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Robert L. Harris                |    Windows is to Unix 
Senior System Administrator II  |      what 'hooked on phonics'
  at Great West Life.           \_       is to Shakespeare


http://www.orci.com/~nomad

DISCLAIMER:
      These are MY OPINIONS ALONE.  I speak for no-one else.

FYI:
 perl -e 'print $i=pack(c5,(41*2),sqrt(7056),(unpack(c,H)-2),oct(115),10);'