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hMailServer 4.4, build 258 (Alpha)

Post by martin » 2007-01-23 21:20

New alpha available here:
http://download.hmailserver.com/hMailSe ... 4-B258.exe

Following changes have been made:
  • A new rule action exists, Stop rule processing which cancels the remaining rules on the current level
  • DNS/A lookups are now recursive. This means that if a MX record points at a CNAME record, hMailServer will now look up the IP address for the host name in the CNAME record.
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Post by rodolfor » 2007-01-26 09:51

I think that this build fly.
It seems all ok :) (I use it in production)
Do you have also resolved the hiding of messages by outlook express (http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewto ... highlight=)?

Now another question.
In error log, I have frequently this errors:

"ERROR" 4012 "2007-01-26 02:21:24.153" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: caffe.port5.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 4012 "2007-01-26 02:57:32.371" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: gicostadorada.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 3988 "2007-01-26 03:15:49.618" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: 4horsemen.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 4012 "2007-01-26 03:27:54.881" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: bbenger.freeserve.co.uk, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 3988 "2007-01-26 03:27:57.295" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: josechusantana.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 4012 "2007-01-26 04:41:07.868" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: dailybiz.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 4012 "2007-01-26 04:43:11.927" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: 157.242.246.61.cn-kr.blackholes.us, Type: 1, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 3996 "2007-01-26 05:52:04.038" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: quakepimp.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 3996 "2007-01-26 06:38:35.142" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: barzon.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 3996 "2007-01-26 08:08:01.108" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: pearlsindia.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."

This domains does not exists. If I try to nslookup them (froom different networks/dns servers), the results are:

> pearlsindia.com
Server: mondoesa-umbria.com
Address: 10.0.200.11

*** mondoesa-umbria.com can't find pearlsindia.com: Server failed
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> quakepip.com
Server: mondoesa-umbria.com
Address: 10.0.200.11

*** mondoesa-umbria.com can't find quakepip.com: Non-existent domain
> dailybiz.com
Server: mondoesa-umbria.com
Address: 10.0.200.11

*** mondoesa-umbria.com can't find dailybiz.com: Server failed
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>
>
>

How can I know from log if the error is caused from my dns server or from other dns servers ?

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Post by Slug » 2007-01-27 05:19

Hi Martin

Just a quick update on this build. I'm having no issues to talk about. This build fixed a problem I was having with the last 2 builds (256,7) were on the odd occasion it would return an error of not being able to find a mailserver on the recipients domain.

I'm happy.
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Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Sent: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 21:46:54 +1100
Subject: Re:

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

Brian@premiair.com.xx
Error Type: SMTP
Error Description: No mail server
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Post by martin » 2007-01-27 19:16

rondolfor, 1460 means that the query to your DNS server timed out. Could be that it times out when it can't find the host name. :-\

Slug, if you check the thread for previous thread you'll see that this problem was discussed. The problem occurred due to incorrectly configured DNS records for domain, but I've created a workaround for it in hMialServer.

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Post by Slug » 2007-01-27 19:37

martin wrote: Slug, if you check the thread for previous thread you'll see that this problem was discussed. The problem occurred due to incorrectly configured DNS records for domain, but I've created a workaround for it in hMialServer.
I had read that. My post was only to confirm it is now working :wink:

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Post by GlenC » 2007-01-28 01:10

I believe I may have found a strange issue in the alpha. It appears that when I use the external pop function for gmail (using stunnel) that two messages get created in the data directory (different guids). This "extra" message is a 0kb message and remains after the delivery. I had noticed this some time back and thought I had a problem with my script but, today I turned off scripting and the problem is still there. Anyone else seeing something similar to this?

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Post by Slug » 2007-01-28 12:36

Ok since its a bit quiet on the B258 Front, I thought I would ask this.

I have been getting 1 maybe 2 DNS errors a day since about 3 or so versions back. It does not seem to be giving any problems but since rodolfor posted his I will post mine.

"ERROR" 3424 "2007-01-25 01:36:24.510" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: critelli-makingithappen.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 3424 "2007-01-25 01:59:28.330" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: globereview.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 3420 "2007-01-25 22:57:19.242" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: hkbdzq.com.cn, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."

"ERROR" 3416 "2007-01-26 09:49:59.081" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: barmz.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 3416 "2007-01-26 22:10:42.327" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: najmsuhail.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."

"ERROR" 3424 "2007-01-27 04:09:52.996" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: sherwoodsproperty.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 3416 "2007-01-27 22:20:39.003" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: moederwaregemse.be, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."

"ERROR" 3416 "2007-01-28 06:07:54.916" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: apr.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."

Now I have got his type of error before, but only a few times a month, but since 4.4 I get them every day. Martin, before you say to me it might be connection problem ( I'm not saying its not) I am getting the same error on my work server (also b258) the two servers are 100km apart and connected by different isp's.

Not a show stopper but its something to talk about :lol:

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Post by martin » 2007-01-28 13:07

http://www.hmailserver.com/documentatio ... r_messages
"Error number 9002 means that there was a DNS server failure."

So it's Windows that tells hMailServer that there was a DNS server failure. This isn't really anything hMailServer can make up on it's own. If you check the hosts in DNSReport.com, you'll see that the DNS'es for them are incorrectly set up. Hence hMailServer reports a "temporary" error. Not sure if I should just skip logging these things. Sometimes it may be an error in your own set up, sometimes it may be someone else fault. :\

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Post by Slug » 2007-01-28 13:18

martin wrote:http://www.hmailserver.com/documentatio ... r_messages
"Error number 9002 means that there was a DNS server failure."
I was going to go looking for this page in about a hour, you saved the search :wink:
So it's Windows that tells hMailServer that there was a DNS server failure. This isn't really anything hMailServer can make up on it's own.
Ok.

If you check the hosts in DNSReport.com, you'll see that the DNS'es for them are incorrectly set up. Hence hMailServer reports a "temporary" error.
I was just doing this now to see what was going on. I am 99% sure that all those domains sending me email was just spam, as I don't know any of them
Not sure if I should just skip logging these things. Sometimes it may be an error in your own set up, sometimes it may be someone else fault. :\


I'm not sure I have an answer on this either. I think for the time being I would leave things the way they are.

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Post by GlenC » 2007-01-29 02:45

GlenC wrote:I believe I may have found a strange issue in the alpha. It appears that when I use the external pop function for gmail (using stunnel) that two messages get created in the data directory (different guids). This "extra" message is a 0kb message and remains after the delivery. I had noticed this some time back and thought I had a problem with my script but, today I turned off scripting and the problem is still there. Anyone else seeing something similar to this?
Am I the only one? Or am I just being impatient? :lol:

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Post by martin » 2007-01-29 19:58

GlenC,
I've tested the function but I haven't gotten the problem. Is it one extra empty file for every message hMailServer downloads from the external POP3 server, or does it just happen sometimes?

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Post by GlenC » 2007-01-29 20:36

it appears to happen every time (one extra empty message for each downloaded msg), but only with gmail. I don´t think it occurs with any other pop3 server, although my testing is limited in that regard. I´m suspecting something with stunnel.

I´ll do a bit more testing and see if I can pinpoint something more helpful.g)

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4.4 global whitelist: addresses vs domains

Post by todobear » 2007-01-30 03:08

I have a question about the new global whitelist, which I've been testing for a couple of days. It appears that adding a domain - 'something.com' doesn't cause mail from that domain to bypass spam checking. In my test case, mail coming from whitelisted domains still shows up with the [SPAM] header in inboxes. I've left IP address ranges at default in every case.

Is there an issue, have I set things up wrong, or am I incorrectly understanding the feature? I thought the list was supposed to work with domains, as well as specific addresses...

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Whitelist domain problem; RTFM

Post by todobear » 2007-01-30 03:53

Answered my own question about domains in the whitelist by going back and reading the documentation. Novel idea, I know. I wasn't wildcarding, just sticking in a domain name.

But I would swear that a couple of weeks ago the same doc looked different...or maybe I wasn't paying attention then, either.

Onto a new question: automatic whitelisting. I know this has been mentioned frequently, but I gather it's not in 4.4. Has anyone worked on a script to add entries to the whitelist whenever a mail goes out? I'm thinking of trying to implement something of the sort, as it will make my users VERY happy.

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Post by GlenC » 2007-02-02 01:25

Martin, I had a little more time to tshoot the problem I'm having with the 0kb messages remaining in the data directory after pop downloads. I said earlier it only occurred with gmail + stunnel but, today I found it actually occurs with all my pop downloads (gmail and also with Hotpops which is used for downloading Hotmail). I only use those two services for pop available at the moment so my testing is limited to those. I have already tried disabling rules and scripting which had no effect. Today, I noticed something in the logs after enabling pop logging which may hold some clues as to what is going on.

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"POP3D"	2956	2897	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.593"	"127.0.0.1"	"SENT: RETR 5"
"DEBUG"	2788	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.593"	"SD::DeliverMessage"
"DEBUG"	2788	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.593"	"RuleApplier::ApplyRules"
"DEBUG"	2788	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.593"	"RuleApplier::~ApplyRules"
"DEBUG"	2788	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.593"	"ScriptServer:FireEvent"
"POP3D"	2956	2897	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.609"	"127.0.0.1"	"RECEIVED: -ERR Invalid message number"
"POP3D"	2956	2897	"2007-02-01 20:11:34.609"	"127.0.0.1"	"SENT: DELE 1"
I get that error with both Gmail and Hotpop downloads. Any ideas what I might try next to isolate this? I'm kinda at a loss as to what is going on... perhaps a config problem or corrupt setting somewhere. I can provide more detailed logs if it might be helpful.

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Re: Whitelist domain problem; RTFM

Post by Slug » 2007-02-02 02:33

todobear wrote: but I gather it's not in 4.4.
No
Has anyone worked on a script to add entries to the whitelist whenever a mail goes out?
Best idea I have heard for a while 8)

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Post by martin » 2007-02-02 09:12

GlenC, can you send me a larger portion of the log at martin@hmailserver.com? Would need the log for entire connection to see what's going on. But at least I have a guess now.

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Post by GlenC » 2007-02-02 14:10

Ok, I sent a complete transaction to your email just now.

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Post by martin » 2007-02-02 21:59

Glen, think I have enough info to reproduce it now. Will look into it in this weekend.

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Post by GlenC » 2007-02-03 02:05

Thanks, no rush really though.

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Problem with global whitelist per domain

Post by todobear » 2007-02-03 23:03

I'm back with the problem I mentioned last week. I *thought* I'd resolved an issue w/global whitelisting per domain by reading the docs, but apparently not. I have entered a series of domains into the whitelist in the following way:

Description: some text
LowerIP:
UpperIP:
Domain: *@something.com

IOW, I'm leaving the IP fields blank, so they are supposed to default to the entire IP range.

I've also set a spam header entry, whenever the system thinks something might be spam.

The problem is that mail from domains that are in the whitelist show up in user boxes with the spam header, anyway.

Which would indicate that the mail is still being looked at by the spam code, despite being listed in the whitelist...

Or is there a problem with my setup?

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Post by mbreitba » 2007-02-04 05:15

I'm not exactly sure how you would want to enter that, but I think that you'd want to enter _some_ IP range.

Either

0.0.0.0-255.255.255.255
or *.*.*.*-*.*.*.*

I'm not sure what hMailServer would expect, but I think just leaving them blank would indicate that you don't want to include any IP ranges for that domain.

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Whitelist domain problem

Post by todobear » 2007-02-04 06:54

If I read the dox correctly, leaving the IP fields blank defaults the range to 0.0.0.0 -255.255.255.255 automatically.

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Post by martin » 2007-02-04 11:09

Yes, if you leave the IP range fields empty they default to 0.0.0.0, 255.255.255.255.

Can you check the "X-hMailServer-Reason" headers of one of the email which reached the end recipients with a SPAM-header? If I know which type of spam protection it was effected by, I can check the source code if I missed something.

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Post by martin » 2007-02-04 14:12

GlenC, I haven't been able to reproduce the problem yet. The log is very clear on what's happening though so I just need to spend some more time on it. (I know it isn't that urgent for you, just wanted to let you know..)

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Post by Slug » 2007-02-04 15:23

Hi Martin

I didn't think this was big enough to put in a feature request.

Under the Status>Status tab were is says "server up since" can you put beside it (1 day, 11 hours etc) Just though it was easier to look at it and say "its been up for 5 days" rather then "what's the date today, yes that makes it 5 days.

Trivial but I thought I ask.

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Whitelist domain problem

Post by todobear » 2007-02-04 19:59

Hi Martin,

The reason is: host name specified in HELO does not match IP.

I don't have SPF turned on, but HELO checking and DNS-MX are both on.

Thanks!

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Post by martin » 2007-02-04 20:56

todobear, either use SMTP authentication when sending email (then hMailServer skips spam protection), or disable the "check host name in HELO" in the AntiSpam-settings.

GlenC, found the issue. The problem only occured if there was less than 5 code. When I tested to run it in debug, I did not get the problem since the code I had locally did not contain the bug. After retrieving the source code for the build, and doing a manual review of it, I found the following line which didn't look right...m_mapUIDLResponse[5] = "DUMMY";. In other words, an accidental commit of debug code... Will put together a new build later today.

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Post by GlenC » 2007-02-04 22:01

Cool! At least now I know I'm not going crazy :) Somehow I always seem to get problems no one else seems to experience. Makes me wonder sometimes.

Good sleuthing!

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Post by martin » 2007-02-04 22:51

GlenC, you're probably just more observant than other people. In my job, I fairly often see that some people spot errors more often than others. Some would probably not notice it at all, and let there be a few thousands of empty files in the directory, other would simply think "what are these files doing here" and delete them manually and not think more about it, and some would actually try to find the cause of the problem.

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Post by todobear » 2007-02-04 22:53

Martin,

Thanks for your quick reply. Here's my SMTP auth setup:

IP range - My Computer: Require authenication for deliveries is ON for remote accounts.
IP Range - Local Network: Same
IP Range - Internet: Same

Settings/Protocols/SMTP/Delivery of Email: Server requires authentication is OFF (I'm not sending mail thru another outbound server)

Is this what you meant?

Re: disabling HELO checking, I can certainly do that, but for my own info, is this code supposed to tie into the whitelist, or are the two things completely separate?

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Post by martin » 2007-02-04 22:55

No, I meant that you should turn on usage of SMTP authentication in your email client.

Yes, this code is supposed to "tie into the whitelist"..

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Post by GlenC » 2007-02-04 23:41

A quick test with the new build and it appears to be working correctly. Thanks again Martin!

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Post by todobear » 2007-02-07 00:54

Hello Martin,

Thanks for the response. SMTP authentication is already on for the local domain. However, the msgs coming in w/spam headers are from external domains (with entries in the global whitelist). I may yet be missing something, but I don't see how to use authenication to bypass spam checking of incoming mail from external domains???

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Post by todobear » 2007-02-09 21:43

BTW, Martin, I also notice that mail coming in externally - via auth login - but from the local domain, is also getting the spam headers. I even added the local domain to the global whitelist to no avail.

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Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002 Error Message

Post by coastsideservices » 2007-10-18 09:03

Correct me if I'm wrong, after reading the various forum entries regarding the subject of my reply and the basis for this thread... Aren't these error entries simply an indication the DNS query process failed because DNS records do not exist for the remotely connecting server/spammer? If this is indeed the case, and I believe it to be so, my recent and only log entries in ERROR_hmailserver_2007-10-17 are nothing but spammers and these errors are trivial:

"ERROR" 2504 "2007-10-17 01:32:47.237" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: gdgco.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2500 "2007-10-17 05:20:11.675" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: mtbduatlon.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2500 "2007-10-17 05:42:15.503" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: mx.whips.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2520 "2007-10-17 08:36:06.893" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: public-offer.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 09:24:55.675" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: rrngalarn.dealofalifetime.net, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2500 "2007-10-17 09:50:08.643" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: rrhslaw.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 10:52:46.768" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: webdesigndanmark.dk, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2500 "2007-10-17 11:17:50.550" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: lunahada.mundor.com, Type: 1, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2520 "2007-10-17 11:30:10.284" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: masucaecuador.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2520 "2007-10-17 11:37:57.690" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: amandaraichelle.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 16:53:35.741" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: runcible.org, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 17:54:39.639" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: capwiz.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 18:40:56.192" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: rslide.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 19:09:21.555" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: casa.cl, Type: 1, DnsQuery return value: 1460."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 22:27:22.035" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: 24-159-39-7.static.kgpt.tn.charter.com, Type: 1, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2528 "2007-10-17 22:53:48.056" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: rrjay.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 22:59:36.518" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: rrf-publications.com, Type: 15, DnsQuery return value: 9002."
"ERROR" 2508 "2007-10-17 23:02:48.972" "Source: DNSResolver::_Resolve, Code: HM10081, Description: DNS query failure. Treating as temporary failure. Query: host130-182-dynamic.18-87-r.retail.telecomitalia.it, Type: 1, DnsQuery return value: 9002."

If I am correct in this, is it possible then to disable this particular logging as I do not consider them to be errors worth saving.

By the way... Bravo on a mail server of exceptional worth! :wink: This beats EVERY Mail server I have ever installed under Windows. It was by the simplest and most straight forward install and up and running in short order. I had been running an Ipswitch Imail Server before and spent far to many hours configuring, adjusting, updating with less satisfactory results, especially with regards to handling spam. The greylisting feature is a force to be reckoned with, even its simplicity. If only Imail could have done that I might not have spent some many hours trying to keep the spam filtering working. My mail client has been so quiet since I installed hmailserver I honestly thought mail wasn't getting in. Patience for legitmate mail to pass the grey list beats the hell out of receiving almost 200 spams a day! Now I receive about 5 a week over 8 domains and 12 different accounts! Keep up the great work!

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Post by Frog » 2007-10-29 16:16

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Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

Sent: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 21:46:54 +1100
Subject: Re:

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

roger@abc.com;
Error Type: SMTP
Error Description: No mail server
Additional information: No mail servers exists for the address.

hMailServer.

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Hi Martin,

I've suddenly been receiving these bounce messages when roundcube tries to send a message through hMailServer with 3 recipients in the To: field - it's only been sending to 1 address. The strange thing is, i suspect it's because roundcube has a problem with me@blah.com; you@blah.com; him@blah.com and passes these all through as 1 string to hmail, which then uses "me@blah.com;", "you@blah.com;" and successfully sends the mail to "him@blah.com".

Does hMailServer strip trailing ';' from the to/cc/bcc fields as well as ','?

I thought this was the correct place to post it, but feel free to move or delete it. Hope life is treating you well!

John Hancock
identity.net.au

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