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  1. #1
    ox_noob Guest

    Default Cyrus dont like fetchmail

    Hello,
    next Problem i have to integrate my Freemail Accounts via Fetchmail but fetchmail dont know my users.

    Code:
    Jan 30 19:22:22 server6 fetchmail[4871]: SMTP error: 550 5.1.1 <myuser@localhost>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table
    Jan 30 19:22:23 server6 fetchmail[4871]: mail from MAILER-DAEMON@server6 bounced to postmaster
    How to edit the local recipient table, or is this more to do?
    Fetchmail is working, postmaster has the mails.


    Regards Stefan
    Last edited by ox_noob; 01-30-2008 at 07:58 PM.

  2. #2
    ox_noob Guest

    Default

    A little push, sry


    Stefan

  3. #3
    ox_noob Guest

    Default

    Sry for this reply, but i have this problem and no idea to resolv this.
    Please Help

    Stefan

  4. #4
    Gertjan Guest

    Default

    I use fetchmail as well, but I don't have any problems. How do you use fetchmail? I start it every twenty minutes by the /etc/crontab file

    The /home/<localuser>/.fetchmailrc looks like this:

    Code:
    poll <remote_mail_server>
         proto <protocol>
         user "<remoteuser>"
         password "<remotepassword>"
         is "<localuser>" here

  5. #5
    ox_noob Guest

    Default

    Fetchmail is not the problem, fetchmail fetched the mail mails, but there is no known user, said the log.
    What to do with the recipient table to transport the mails from fetchmail to cyrus.
    In normal configuration, also no OX, there is ok, but wit ox i have this error.

    Stefan

    fetchmail[4871]: SMTP error: 550 5.1.1 <myuser@localhost>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Germany
    Posts
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    Default

    Does this entry really says "@localhost"? I could imagine that not only the username but also the domain is checked when inserting mails from fetchmail to smtp. If the configured maildomain is not @localhost that would explain some errors. The SMTP server does reject any E-Mail which points to a E-Mail address which is not known.

  7. #7
    XeN Guest

    Default

    Did you use only Fetchmail and Cyrus? You have to use some kind of MDA (?) on your Machine. Like Sendmail or Postfix.

    In our Case an email take this way Through:

    Fetchmail -> Postfix -> Amavis (Spam and Virus protection) -> Postfix -> Cyrus

  8. #8
    ox_noob Guest

    Default

    i use fetchmail postfix cyrus in the OX, with the Hyperion installer

    Stefan

  9. #9
    ox_noob Guest

    Default

    I used
    user@mail.domain.de
    user@hostname.domain.de
    user@domain.de
    but everytime i have unknown user.
    Wich is the right syntax for fetchmailrc


    Stefan

  10. #10
    ox_noob Guest

    Default

    A friend was lookung in my configs and change this:

    /etc/postfix/ox_user_aliases


    Code:
    hosts = 127.0.0.1
    user = openexchange
    password = schnee76_90
    dbname = open-xchange-db
    query = SELECT login2user.uid FROM login2user,user,user_attribute
            WHERE login2user.cid=1
            AND user_attribute.name="alias"
            AND login2user.id=user_attribute.id
            AND login2user.id=user.id
            AND user_attribute.value="%s";
    to
    Code:
    hosts = 127.0.0.1
    user = openexchange
    password = schnee76_90
    dbname = open-xchange-db
    query = SELECT login2user.uid FROM login2user,user,user_attribute
            WHERE login2user.cid=1
            AND user_attribute.name="alias"
            AND login2user.id=user_attribute.id
            AND login2user.id=user.id;



    now i can use the another Mailaccounts over fetchmail.
    Is this change a Problem, when not pls take it in the installer

    Regards Stefan
    Last edited by ox_noob; 02-19-2008 at 10:39 PM.

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