Can't send or receive emails.

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Mike
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Can't send or receive emails.

Post by Mike » Wed Dec 12, 2007 5:37 pm

I was installing the Quick 'n Easy Mail Server Demo, and it seemed to be working fine(sending emails local).
But when I tried to send emails to other mail services, it always returned with errors.
Might have something to do with the ports(had to change them since my ISP was blocking them), I thought it would work fine using a public DNS.

The log script:

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17&#58;25&#58;03.250  &#91;8064&#93; <POP3> Server started on port 7172.
17&#58;25&#58;03.250  &#91;8064&#93; <SMTP> Server started on port 7173.
17&#58;25&#58;03.265  &#91;8064&#93; <RELAY> Relaying thread started.
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> Client connected from 127.0.0.1
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 220 Quick 'n Easy Mail Server
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> HELO Michaël
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> MAIL FROM&#58;<Activation@mikesworld.com>
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> RCPT TO&#58;<machelores@gmail.com>
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> Forwarding email to&#58; <machelores@gmail.com>
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> DATA 
17&#58;26&#58;18.812  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 354 End with <CRLF>.<CRLF>
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;8064&#93; <SMTP> Incoming message&#58; 652138538DAA49D898F93F0E33FD9EA2.eml
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;8064&#93; <SMTP> Copying message to&#58; C&#58;\Webserver\Mail\Mailboxes\queue\
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 250 OK&#58; Queued as&#58; 652138538DAA49D898F93F0E33FD9EA2
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> QUIT 
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> 221 Bye
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;6924&#93; <SMTP> Client disconnected from 127.0.0.1
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Detected new messages in queue.
17&#58;26&#58;18.859  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Checking file&#58; 652138538DAA49D898F93F0E33FD9EA2.eml
17&#58;26&#58;20.218  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Delivering email to '<machelores@gmail.com>' &#40;gsmtp183.google.com&#41;
17&#58;26&#58;41.234  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Invalid response, expecting 220.
17&#58;26&#58;51.234  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Delivering email to '<machelores@gmail.com>' &#40;gsmtp163.google.com&#41;
17&#58;27&#58;12.218  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Invalid response, expecting 220.
17&#58;27&#58;22.218  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Delivering email to '<machelores@gmail.com>' &#40;alt2.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com&#41;
17&#58;27&#58;43.187  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Invalid response, expecting 220.
17&#58;27&#58;53.187  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Delivering email to '<machelores@gmail.com>' &#40;alt1.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com&#41;
17&#58;28&#58;14.078  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Invalid response, expecting 220.
17&#58;28&#58;24.093  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Delivering email to '<machelores@gmail.com>' &#40;gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com&#41;
17&#58;28&#58;45.046  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Invalid response, expecting 220.
17&#58;28&#58;55.046  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Copying message to&#58; C&#58;\Webserver\Mail\Mailboxes\badmail\
17&#58;28&#58;55.078  &#91;6356&#93; <RELAY> Finished delivery of mail.
When trying to send an email from Gmail to my emailservice, it returned an error(after a day or two). Saying the email couldn't be sent.

Any ideas on how to solve this?

Thanks,
Mike.
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Post by admin » Fri Dec 14, 2007 7:40 pm

The DNS seems to be correctly configured.
Maybe your ISP is blocking outgoing SMTP traffic?
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Post by Mike » Fri Dec 14, 2007 10:48 pm

Possibly.
If they are, is there any solution to it?
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Post by admin » Sun Dec 16, 2007 12:11 am

If you ISP is blocking outgoing SMTP traffic I do not know a way around this.
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Post by Mike » Sun Dec 16, 2007 10:48 am

Okay.

Thanks for the help anyways.
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