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Server refusing SMTP

Post by sasanf » 2007-06-18 22:01

We recently updated to the latest release of hMS. Throughout the day users get a message that the server has refused their smtp connection. I have been watching the processes and see that each time an email is sent clamscan takes up all the available processor time. If one email is sent, clamscan takes 99%; if three emails are sent, there are three instances of clamscan and each is taking 33 percent of the processors time. The treading is setup with default values of 15 for max and 3 for send. I tried setting the worker tread priority to below normal... did not help. I'm baffled. hMS is installed on a Windows XP Pro machine with a Gig or RAM and an Athlon 64 processor. The computer is definitely powerful enough to support 25 to 30 users. I have found no way to set clamscan to a lower priority. I tried to from within taskmanager but was told access denied. I have clamscan's priorty set to low within ClamWins Prefrences/Advanced dialog.

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Post by MP3Freak » 2007-06-18 22:14

Just my expereinces:

I had Clamscan activated in hMs and emails with some 15Kb took some 40 seconds at 100% CPU to be scanned. Clamwin took 3 minutes 100% CPU to scan a 15MB file.
I deactivated it and just use InoculateIT that takes less than a second for the same tasks.

I figured that Clam* is pretty much useless... :-(

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-19 01:50

Are you using clamwin as MP3Freak mentioned?

I personally run ClamAV with great effect. Clamwin used to kill my systems on heavy load.

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-19 11:03

SOSDG ClamAV rocks here !

Have a look at here:

http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewto ... ight=sosdg.

SOSDG or Win32 will run fine for you.
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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 14:47

I've disabled ClamWin. I'm still getting SMTP refusal messages. I just read another post about uninstalling clamwin. I'll try that. But I'm thinking it might be something else. I did upgrade to the latest release of hMS from 4.2 (I think it was 4.2). I never had this problem before using ClamWin. Of course, 4.2 didn't have the threading component. Can the problem be anything else.

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-19 16:14

It is possible yes, Please check all of your settings as a lot of new security features have been added since 4.2.

Also check the logs to see if there is any errors.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 16:22

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling Clamwin. I then sent an e-mail to an external email account. The email size was 1 KB. Clamwin took 99% of the processor time and at least 2 or 3 seconds to scan it. What I don't understand is that in version 4.2, I was using ClamWin and never had any problems. Now in version 4.4, I am having so many problems. Could there be something in version 4.4 that isn't quite jiving with ClamWin or is there something in ClamWin that isn't jiving with hMs 4.4? Anyhow, I downloaded ClamAV-W32 and can't find any documentation on what return code to specify. Also, under Scanner Executable, I specify clamscan.exe... right? Finally, I'll check the logs for errors. I would post the log but I don't want to reveal internal email addresses.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 16:34

The only error that I am seeing is AWStats::LogDeliveryFailure.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 17:21

This is a better howto for getting ClamAV installed without lic problems --> http://www.asspsmtp.org/wiki/ClamAV_Win32. After following the howto in the above link all the user has to do is specify the file locations under the ClamWin tab. For the executable path specify --> C:\Program Files\clamAV\clamdscan.exe. For the data path specify --> C:\Program Files\clamAV\data. Path reccomendations taken from --> http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewto ... amav+win32. Finally, I haven't tested yet but will be shortly. The above thread does have what seem to be good tweaks to the conf file.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 17:48

I just tested using eicar. runclamd service is running. With the executable path and data path set under the ClamWin tab nothing was happening. I unchecked Use ClamWin and then specified the path for clamdscan.exe in the Use External AV tab and set the return value to 1. I tried to send an e-mail and couldn't. From what I have read about ClamAV, I want to use it. How can I get hMs to run clamdscan.exe?

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-19 17:52

I use this without any problem:

Use external AV checked

Path Spell:
c:\clamav~1\bin\clamdscan "%FILE%"

Return value: 1
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Post by iprat » 2007-06-19 17:55

It turned to be important both details:

clamav-devel is changed to 8 character compatible name clamav~1 (I don't change folder name, just translate the executable command to what it will find in a non full lenght compatible CYGWIN layer).

And file is specified with " " to make windows translate full length names to 8 character length names.
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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 18:41

Okay, I changed the path to c:\clamav~1\bin\clamdscan "%FILE%" but I still don't see any activity on runclamd.exe. I don't understand how clamav~1 tells hMs that clamdscan.exe is in c\program files\clamav\. On a plus side, I sent to emails with c:\clamav~1\bin\clamdscan "%FILE%" specified and Use External AV checked.. I am not using the clamdscan SOSDG-Clamav. Do I need to change the path of clamd.exe back to what was originally (in the ini file)?

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 20:10

This is what the awstats log is stating -->

2007-06-19 14:07:01 travis@bowmanent.com figtree137@msn.com 192.168.0.50 127.0.0.1 SMTP ?virus=&rblgheuristicspam=0&ssl=0 250 1738

I attached the eicar file to the email this entry refers to.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 21:57

This is the log for freshclam

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ClamAV update process started at Tue Jun 19 15:52:46 2007
SECURITY WARNING: NO SUPPORT FOR DIGITAL SIGNATURES
See the FAQ at http://www.clamav.net/support/faq for an explanation.
Reading CVD header (main.cvd): OK
Downloading main-43.cdiff [100%]
ERROR: cdiff_apply: Premature EOF at line 17
ERROR: getpatch: Can't apply patch
WARNING: Incremental update failed, trying to download main.cvd
Downloading main.cvd [100%]
main.cvd updated (version: 43, sigs: 104500, f-level: 14, builder: sven)
Reading CVD header (daily.cvd): OK
Downloading daily-2840.cdiff [100%]
ERROR: cdiff_apply: Premature EOF at line 3
ERROR: getpatch: Can't apply patch
WARNING: Incremental update failed, trying to download daily.cvd
Downloading daily.cvd [100%]
daily.cvd updated (version: 3467, sigs: 23670, f-level: 16, builder: ccordes)
Database updated (128170 signatures) from db.local.clamav.net (IP: 205.139.192.213)
WARNING: Clamd was NOT notified: Can't connect to clamd on 127.0.0.1:3310

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-19 22:01

Is the clamdscan or clamav service actually started?

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-19 22:27

Okay, I think I got it to work. I uninstalled everything that had anything to do with ClamAV. I then downloaded the ClamAV installer from http://w32.clamav.net/

I installed it and unzipped the contents of runclamd.zip into the root of c:\program files\clamav\

In runclamd.ini, I changed the path to the correct path for clamd.exe

In conf/freshclam, I changed the mirror from .local. to .us.

Opened a cmd prompt and navigated to c:\program files\clamav and ran the following command

runclamd.exe -install

Next, Opened up Services and set the runclamd service to start automatically and I started it.

In hMs under Use External AV, I set the executable path to c:\Program Files\clamAV\clamscan with a return value of 1. Notice there is no d. Whenever I specify clamscand nothing gets scanned.

Clamscan does seem to be running faster now using ClamAV and Runclamd instead of ClamWin. It is still taking up as much processor time as is available; since it is running faster, I hope it won't matter.

If someone knows a way for me to use clamdscan, let me know.

Finally, is the main.cvd and the daily.cvd getting updated. Please refer to earlier post on this thread. Finally, how would I add support for digital signatures on a Windows XP machine?

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-20 01:17

You need to schedule freshclam to run hourly or daily (Tis upto you) to update AV databases

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 15:14

hMs is still getting bogged down. I have to stop and restart the hMs service every so often to get smtp connections. I'm either getting timeout errors or smtp refusal errors. The runclamd.exe service is running and the clamdservice is running. I am not using clamdscan because whenever I specify clamdscan as the scanner nothing gets scanned. From what I can gather runclamd.exe starts and runs clamd.exe service. Okay, the runclamd.exe service is running and the clamd.exe service is running; now, what do I need to do to get clamdscan to start scanning?

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-20 15:51

iprat wrote:I use this without any problem:

Use external AV checked

Path Spell:
c:\clamav~1\bin\clamdscan "%FILE%"

Return value: 1
Just write this on the external AV section.

c:\clamav~1\bin\clamdscan "%FILE%"

This is useful for me with SOSDG installed in default folder. If Win32 or not in default folder, this must be changed.

Maybe you need:

whateverYourDriveIs:\whateverYourFolderIs\bin\clamdscan "%FILE%"
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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 16:11

I'm not using SOSDG-GlamAV. I'm using ClamAV-W32.

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-20 16:18

Then make sure which path is yours.

Maybe trying with c:\progra~1\.... instead of c:\Program Files

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 17:14

Okay. I'll change the path to c:\progra~1\clamav\clamdscan.exe and see what happens.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 17:21

I tried c:\progra~1\clamdscan and it did not work

I tried c:\progra~1\clamdscan "%FILE%" and it did not work

I tried c:\progra~1\clamdscan.exe and it did not work

I tried c:\progra~1\clamdscan.exe "%FILE%" and it did not work

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-20 17:35

Shouldn't you try this (try from a command line):

c:\progra~1\clamav\clamdscan.exe "%FILE%"

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 17:57

Why would I try it from the command line? I am trying to you ClamAV with hMs. I will run it on the command line and see if it even runs... I think this is what you mean.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 18:12

C:\Documents and Settings\superman>cd c:\program files\

C:\Program Files>cd clamav

C:\Program Files\clamAV>clamdscan.exe "eicar.com.txt"
WARNING: Can't access file eicar.com.txt
eicar.com.txt: No such file or directory

----------- SCAN SUMMARY -----------
Infected files: 0
Time: 0.000 sec (0 m 0 s)

C:\Program Files\clamAV>clamdscan.exe "eicar.com.txt"
C:\Program Files\clamAV/eicar.com.txt: Eicar-Test-Signature FOUND

----------- SCAN SUMMARY -----------
Infected files: 1
Time: 0.093 sec (0 m 0 s)

C:\Program Files\clamAV>

I had to copy the file to the clamav folder. I'm impressed by the speed, but how can I get hMs to use clamdscan instead of clamscan? Finally, clamscan took 2.804 seconds to scan the same file

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-20 18:16

I'm getting tired of this thread.

Please read carefully:Use external AV tab, on the executable entry you can specify the executable file with the path and of course the "%FILE%" to make it work.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 18:29

What do you think I've been doing. I'm not an idiot. I can read instructions. Under the External Virus Scanner tab I have checked the Use External Scanner option and specified the path to the clamdscan.exe in all the ways I have already stated. When I specify the path as follows my users are unable to make smtp conncetions to the server: c:\program files\clamav\clamdscan "%FILE%". Is "%FILE%" suppose to be some kind of variable that holds the name of the id of the incoming email? What you are telling me to do is not working or at least what my interpretation of what you are telling me to do is not working.

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-20 18:38

Hi sasanf:

Please forgive me if I've been rude.

I am using SOSDG clamav and it's been a long time since I tested w32 clamav.... so.

With SOSDG I know that:

a) doesn't like long names: ie don't use C:\program files\... instead use c:\progra~1\...
b) %FILE% is a macro hmailserver will replace with path+filename of the file to be scanned, but it will probably include long file names, so I always surround it with "" because that way it is accepted by clamav.

So you should try this:

c:\progra~1\clamav\clamdscan "%FILE%"

If this does not work, I can't help you. That's what works here.

On other threads I have seen that w32 clamav defaults an option like URL follow up enabled. This is bad for your system performance. Have a look at the config file of clamav and disable it, then restart runclamd and then retry.

I'll try to make a test here to see if I hit the same problem as you here, but there's plenty of people in this forum that have managed to make work w32 clamav, so they might help you faster than I.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 18:53

No prob. You have been a great help. This is what open source is about. Using each others experience to get something working. I'll try the path you've specified and see if it works. I'll also disable the URL Follow Up. I believe I have seen it in the config and I believe it is enabled. Again, thanks for all of your help.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-20 21:21

It seems to be working now. I specified the path --> c:\progra~1\clamav\clamdscan "%FILE%"

I also restarted runclamd.exe service. I had to uncheck Use External Scanner in hMs before I was able to restart the service. I also ended the clamd.exe service from within taskmanager. I then rechecked Use External Scanner in hMs, saved the settings, Clicked on Stop under Status and then clicked on Start.

I'll be watching it for the next few days. I'm also going to get on the ClamWin forum and find out why they use clamscan instead of clamdscan. I scanned a 700 KB file in .1 second with clamdscan. The same file took 2.8 second with clamscan.

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Post by iprat » 2007-06-21 10:07

Glad to hear you managed to make it work :D

ClamWin is desktop oriented, SOSDG and Win32 Clamav are more email server oriented ;)

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-21 14:52

So far so good. Below is what Clamwin told me on why they don't use Clamdscan -->

the only difference between clamscan and clamdscan is in startup time, clamdscan is using clamd daemon and database is not loaded every time clamdscan is started. In clamwin we don't use clamd because we are working on an alternative solution better suited for Windows platform, which will be available in V1.

Thread to Clamwin Forum -->

http://forums.clamwin.com/viewtopic.php?p=4984#4984

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-25 16:23

Okay, I'm still having the 99% use problem. Only one instance of clamDscan is run each time emails need to be scanned, but I am still have the 99% processor use problem. If 3 or 4 emails are coming in or going out, the processor is so busy scanning emails for viruses that it can't do anything else. My user's get all kinds of strange messages. Is there a way to stop hMs from scanning outgoing emails for viruses? Also, what else can be done to stop clamDscan from using so much of the processor's resources? Finally, it seems that clamscan does a better job at scanning large files/emails compared to clamDscan. ClamDscan does a better job on small files/emails.

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-25 17:45

Ok I am using ClamAV on my systems to great effect, Scan reading this thread since i last posted I see you used the external virus scanner option.

This is where you and I differ. I use the clamwin section and put the following in the 2 fields.

C:\Program Files\clamAV\clamdscan.exe

C:\Program Files\clamAV\data

This works perfectly for me and cpu never spikes over 30% now under heavy load

Apologies if you have already tried this.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-25 19:58

Interesting. You are right. It works. Configuring hMs as you suggessted seems to be working great. At first glance it does not seem to work. I sent a huge email with the eicar file attached to it to an external email address and as I viewed Task Manager clamd.exe did not go above 0 and clamdscan never even showed up as running. It did work though. The email never made it to my external account and my external account did receive a notification from hMs that an email addressed to it had been stopped because it contained a virus.

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-26 01:55

yay \o/ glad you got it working :)

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 14:39

Now, I don't know what it is. I don't think the AV is the problem anymore. I'm trying to figure out if it is the machine that it is running on. Server still refuses SMTP connections here and there when it is busy. I've got the Max Command threads set to 15 and the Send Threads set to 5. I shouldn't be having this problem. I only have 32 email accounts. The reason I am having so much of an issue with thinking that it is the machine is because I was running 4.2.2 on an old old server with two 932 MHZ Processors, a FSB of 133 MHZ, 2 Gigs of probably PC133 RAM, and 2000 Pro on it. Now, I've got this new version of hMz running on a single core Athlon 64 that is 2.0 GHZ, a 1600 MHZ FSB, 1GB of 400 MHZ RAM, and Windows XP Pro. The new machine is obviously more powerful than the old machine. Is anyone else having this problem? Also, hMs is having problems sending emails to AOL. I never had this problem with hMs 4.2.2.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 15:04

Not to overshadow my other problem (may be they are connected) here is a snippet of the log when I tried to email to a AOL address. I do have a PTR record in my public DNS records. I'll also be calling Sprint to make sure they haven't changed that.

"TCPIP" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.586" "Created accept socket 1048 on listening socket 996"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.586" "Socket::Socket(ID: 261)"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.586" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 220 bowmanent.com ESMTP"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.586" "192.168.0.9" "RECEIVED: EHLO [192.168.0.50]"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.586" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 250-hmailserver[nl]250-SIZE 102400000[nl]250 AUTH LOGIN PLAIN"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.602" "192.168.0.9" "RECEIVED: AUTH PLAIN AHRyYXZpc0Bib3dtYW5lbnQuY29tAG5ldDA1YmVp"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.602" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 235 authenticated."
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.602" "192.168.0.9" "RECEIVED: MAIL FROM:<travis@bowmanent.com> SIZE=987"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.602" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 250 OK"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.602" "192.168.0.9" "RECEIVED: RCPT TO:<forghani9@aol.com>"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.602" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 250 OK"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.617" "192.168.0.9" "RECEIVED: DATA"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.617" "TransparentTransmissionBuffer::Initialize()"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.617" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 354 OK, send."
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "PMADO:SaveObject()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "Adding message to database. File: C:\Program Files\hMailServer\Data\{4B518837-1976-409C-86F3-B70ACBD05840}.eml"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "PMADO:~SaveObject()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "Message added. File: C:\Program Files\hMailServer\Data\{4B518837-1976-409C-86F3-B70ACBD05840}.eml"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "Application::SubmitPendingEmail()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "Application::~SubmitPendingEmail()"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 250 Queued (0.015 seconds)"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "SD::DeliverMessage"
"APPLICATION" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "SMTPDeliverer - Message 441125: Delivering message from travis@bowmanent.com to forghani9@aol.com. File: C:\Program Files\hMailServer\Data\{4B518837-1976-409C-86F3-B70ACBD05840}.eml"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "ClamWinVirusScanner::Scan()"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "192.168.0.9" "RECEIVED: QUIT"
"SMTPD" 3368 261 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.633" "192.168.0.9" "SENT: 221 goodbye"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "ClamWinVirusScanner::Scan() - C:\Program Files\clamAV\clamdscan.exe --database="C:\Program Files\clamAV\data " "{4B518837-1976-409C-86F3-B70ACBD05840}.eml" --tempdir="C:\WINDOWS\Temp" - Returned 0"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "ClamWinVirusScanner::~Scan()"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "RuleApplier::ApplyRules"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "RuleApplier::~ApplyRules"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "SD::_DeliverToLocalAccounts"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "SD::~_DeliverToLocalAccounts"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "SD::_DeliverToExternalAccounts"
"TCPIP" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.648" "DNS - MX Lookup: aol.com"
"TCPIP" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.680" "DNS - MX Result: 14 IP addresses were found."
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.680" "SD::_InitiateExternalConnection"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.680" "Socket::Socket(ID: 262)"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220-rly-mg02.mx.aol.com ESMTP mail_relay_in-mg02.8; Thu, 28 Jun 2007 08:53:59 -0400"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220-America Online (AOL) and its affiliated companies do not"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220- authorize the use of its proprietary computers and computer"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220- networks to accept, transmit, or distribute unsolicited bulk"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220- e-mail sent from the internet. Effective immediately: AOL "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220- may no longer accept connections from IP addresses which "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 220 have no reverse-DNS (PTR record) assigned."
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "64.12.138.153" "SENT: HELO bowmanent.com"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.758" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 2"
"TCPIP" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.773" "Disconnecting socket 1276 for session 261"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.773" "Socket::~Socket(ID: 261)"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.789" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.789" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 250 rly-mg02.mx.aol.com OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.789" "64.12.138.153" "SENT: MAIL FROM:<travis@bowmanent.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.789" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 4"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.836" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.836" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.836" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 6"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.836" "64.12.138.153" "SENT: RCPT TO:<forghani9@aol.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.867" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.867" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.867" "64.12.138.153" "SENT: DATA"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.867" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 7"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 354 START MAIL INPUT, END WITH "." ON A LINE BY ITSELF"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "TransparentTransmissionBuffer::Initialize()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents() - E2"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "64.12.138.153" "SENT: [nl]."
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:39.914" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 8"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.070" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.070" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 421-: (DYN:T1) http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.070" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.070" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.070" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 421 SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.070" "64.12.138.153" "SENT: QUIT"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 262 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "64.12.138.153" "RECEIVED: 221 SERVICE CLOSING CHANNEL"
"TCPIP" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "Disconnecting socket 860 for session 262"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "Socket::~Socket(ID: 262)"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "SD::~_InitiateExternalConnection-5"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "SD::_InitiateExternalConnection"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.117" "Socket::Socket(ID: 263)"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220-rly-yc04.mail.aol.com ESMTP mail_relay_in-yc4.1; Thu, 28 Jun 2007 08:53:59 -0400"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220-America Online (AOL) and its affiliated companies do not"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220- authorize the use of its proprietary computers and computer"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220- networks to accept, transmit, or distribute unsolicited bulk"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220- e-mail sent from the internet. Effective immediately: AOL "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220- may no longer accept connections from IP addresses which "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 220 have no reverse-DNS (PTR record) assigned."
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "205.188.157.217" "SENT: HELO bowmanent.com"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 2"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.242" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.242" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 250 rly-yc04.mail.aol.com OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.242" "205.188.157.217" "SENT: MAIL FROM:<travis@bowmanent.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.242" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 4"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.289" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.289" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.289" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 6"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.289" "205.188.157.217" "SENT: RCPT TO:<forghani9@aol.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.352" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.352" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.352" "205.188.157.217" "SENT: DATA"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.352" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 7"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 354 START MAIL INPUT, END WITH "." ON A LINE BY ITSELF"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "TransparentTransmissionBuffer::Initialize()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents() - E2"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "205.188.157.217" "SENT: [nl]."
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.383" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 8"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.586" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.586" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 421-: (DYN:T1) http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.586" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.586" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.586" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 421 SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.586" "205.188.157.217" "SENT: QUIT"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 263 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "205.188.157.217" "RECEIVED: 221 SERVICE CLOSING CHANNEL"
"TCPIP" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "Disconnecting socket 860 for session 263"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "Socket::~Socket(ID: 263)"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "SD::~_InitiateExternalConnection-5"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "SD::_InitiateExternalConnection"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.617" "Socket::Socket(ID: 264)"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220-rly-mf08.mail.aol.com ESMTP mail_relay_in-mf08.4; Thu, 28 Jun 2007 08:54:00 -0400"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220-America Online (AOL) and its affiliated companies do not"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220- authorize the use of its proprietary computers and computer"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220- networks to accept, transmit, or distribute unsolicited bulk"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220- e-mail sent from the internet. Effective immediately: AOL "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220- may no longer accept connections from IP addresses which "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 220 have no reverse-DNS (PTR record) assigned."
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "64.12.138.120" "SENT: HELO bowmanent.com"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 2"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.726" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.726" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 250 rly-mf08.mail.aol.com OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.726" "64.12.138.120" "SENT: MAIL FROM:<travis@bowmanent.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.726" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 4"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.789" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.789" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.789" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 6"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.789" "64.12.138.120" "SENT: RCPT TO:<forghani9@aol.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.836" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.836" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.836" "64.12.138.120" "SENT: DATA"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.836" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 7"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 354 START MAIL INPUT, END WITH "." ON A LINE BY ITSELF"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "TransparentTransmissionBuffer::Initialize()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents() - E2"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "64.12.138.120" "SENT: [nl]."
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:40.867" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 8"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.492" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.492" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 421-: (DYN:T1) http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.492" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.492" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.492" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 421 SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.492" "64.12.138.120" "SENT: QUIT"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 264 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "64.12.138.120" "RECEIVED: 221 SERVICE CLOSING CHANNEL"
"TCPIP" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "Disconnecting socket 860 for session 264"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "Socket::~Socket(ID: 264)"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "SD::~_InitiateExternalConnection-5"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "SD::_InitiateExternalConnection"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.523" "Socket::Socket(ID: 265)"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220-rly-db08.mx.aol.com ESMTP mail_relay_in-db08.3; Thu, 28 Jun 2007 08:54:02 -0400"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220-America Online (AOL) and its affiliated companies do not"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220- authorize the use of its proprietary computers and computer"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220- networks to accept, transmit, or distribute unsolicited bulk"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220- e-mail sent from the internet. Effective immediately: AOL "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220- may no longer accept connections from IP addresses which "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 220 have no reverse-DNS (PTR record) assigned."
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "205.188.159.216" "SENT: HELO bowmanent.com"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.601" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 2"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.648" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.648" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 250 rly-db08.mx.aol.com OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.648" "205.188.159.216" "SENT: MAIL FROM:<travis@bowmanent.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.648" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 4"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.695" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.695" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.695" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 6"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.695" "205.188.159.216" "SENT: RCPT TO:<forghani9@aol.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.742" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.742" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.742" "205.188.159.216" "SENT: DATA"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.742" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 7"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 354 START MAIL INPUT, END WITH "." ON A LINE BY ITSELF"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "TransparentTransmissionBuffer::Initialize()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents() - E2"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "205.188.159.216" "SENT: [nl]."
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:42.773" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 8"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.211" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 421-: (DYN:T1) http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.211" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.211" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.211" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 421 SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.211" "205.188.159.216" "SENT: QUIT"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 265 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "205.188.159.216" "RECEIVED: 221 SERVICE CLOSING CHANNEL"
"TCPIP" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "Disconnecting socket 860 for session 265"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "Socket::~Socket(ID: 265)"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "SD::~_InitiateExternalConnection-5"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "SD::_InitiateExternalConnection"
"DEBUG" 3332 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.257" "Socket::Socket(ID: 266)"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220-rly-md07.mx.aol.com ESMTP mail_relay_in-md07.7; Thu, 28 Jun 2007 08:54:02 -0400"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220-America Online (AOL) and its affiliated companies do not"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220- authorize the use of its proprietary computers and computer"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220- networks to accept, transmit, or distribute unsolicited bulk"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220- e-mail sent from the internet. Effective immediately: AOL "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.320" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220- may no longer accept connections from IP addresses which "
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 220 have no reverse-DNS (PTR record) assigned."
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "64.12.138.57" "SENT: HELO bowmanent.com"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.336" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 2"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.367" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.367" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 250 rly-md07.mx.aol.com OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.367" "64.12.138.57" "SENT: MAIL FROM:<travis@bowmanent.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.367" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 4"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.414" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.414" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.414" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 6"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.414" "64.12.138.57" "SENT: RCPT TO:<forghani9@aol.com>"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.445" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.445" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 250 OK"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.445" "64.12.138.57" "SENT: DATA"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.445" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 7"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 354 START MAIL INPUT, END WITH "." ON A LINE BY ITSELF"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "TransparentTransmissionBuffer::Initialize()"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "SocketConnection::SendFileContents() - E2"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "64.12.138.57" "SENT: [nl]."
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.476" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 8"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.617" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.617" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 421-: (DYN:T1) http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.617" "SMTPClientConnection::~_ParseASCII() - 1"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.617" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.617" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 421 SERVICE NOT AVAILABLE"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.617" "64.12.138.57" "SENT: QUIT"
"DEBUG" 3368 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.664" "SMTPClientConnection::_ParseASCII()"
"SMTPC" 3368 266 "2007-06-28 08:51:43.664" "64.12.138.57" "RECEIVED: 221 SERVICE CLOSING CHANNEL"

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-28 16:33

You are running it on XP Pro, If memory serves you can only have 10 concurrent connections at any one time. Win2K did not have this limitation.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 16:40

I had completely forgoten about XPs limitation. I wonder if there is a way to change it in the registry?

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 16:48

I used TCPOptmizer to change it to a higher number. It is a great, free, utility. I've used it for a long time without any problems. Anyway, I hope this helps. On the AOL note, any suggestions? I have called Sprint about my DNS records. I have always had a PTR. I asked them if anything has changed. I am waiting for a call back. I also made a support request with Sonicwall. We NAT our Email server and I want to make sure that the public IP address is being sent with the SMTP packets not the private IP address.

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-28 16:53

Well the error aol returned says
# 421 DYN:T1
http://postmaster.info.aol.com/errors/421dynt1.html

EXPLANATION:

The IP address you are sending from has been blocked due to AOL Member complaints and/or high volumes of e-mail.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 17:03

I clicked on the link but kept on getting a page unavailable. Must of been a fluke. Thanks

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Post by ^DooM^ » 2007-06-28 19:30

No the link was wrong for me too, for some reason it places %20 (Space) on the end of the url and html%20 isn't valid ;)

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 20:11

The registry entry I had TCPOptimizer change to a higher number than 10 is for web connections. I found a patch to patch the tcpip.sys file so that XP can accept more than 10 network connections. The patch is located here: http://www.lvllord.de/4226fix/4226fix-en.htm

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 20:17

I want to backup my messages before I apply the patch. I get the following:

2007-06-28 13:56:10.020 Backup started
2007-06-28 13:56:10.065 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 13:56:10.244 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.
2007-06-28 13:57:41.417 Backup started
2007-06-28 13:57:41.432 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 13:57:41.447 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.
2007-06-28 13:58:56.204 Backup started
2007-06-28 13:58:56.204 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 13:58:56.219 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.
2007-06-28 13:59:43.800 Backup started
2007-06-28 13:59:43.800 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 13:59:43.815 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.
2007-06-28 14:01:16.531 Backup started
2007-06-28 14:01:16.531 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 14:01:16.562 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.
2007-06-28 14:02:36.048 Backup started
2007-06-28 14:02:36.048 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 14:02:36.063 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.
2007-06-28 14:12:38.915 Backup started
2007-06-28 14:12:38.915 Loading backup settings....
2007-06-28 14:12:38.931 BACKUP ERROR: All messages are not located in the data folder.


What does this mean? The directory structure is c:\Program Files\hMailServer\Data\bowmanent.com\each user has a separate folder\00, 01, 0F message folders.

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Post by sasanf » 2007-06-28 21:17

That thread doesn't really tell me anything. What .sql file? My messages are all in one location. I don't have them going to two different locations. What file do I need to modify so that hMs will stop thinking my messages are in more than one place?

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Post by martin » 2007-06-28 22:08

sasanf, the error message says that all your messages aren't located in the same folder but you say they are. Are you really sure about this? Have you saved the messages in a different location before and then changed the Data-directory setting in hMailServer.ini?

(Btw, you really should start a new thread when you run into new problems if you want help here, instead of re-using the same thread forever)

Here's more info about the backup in case you haven't read it already:
http://www.hmailserver.com/documentatio ... up_restore

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