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- Join Date
- May 2004
Problem in Squirrelmail
Hope to see you in good health.
I want to send and receive emails using my IP address and not my
domain name!, i.e. the email address should be of the format
I installed Squirrelmail, made an entry of it at apache Webserver,
i.e. when i wrote "http://localhost" in my browser ,i got the login
page of squirrelmail.
I made different accounts and hence can login in squirrelmail, using
different user names, like root, or httpd etc etc.
I manage to send emails, the email were of the format:
username = my login name with which i login
servername = my server name which i choose for squirrelmail, u know
"./configure", I can even choose "hotmail.com" and can send emails,
but u know it is unethical . I can send emails to any body around
the world. Anyway to cut the story short here is my Problem:
I can send emails but I cant receive emails, I know that I have to
send emails in the format firstname.lastname@example.org, but when I send email I
got message that
"Couldnt send mail for Four Hours".
So I can summarize my problem as
"I can send emails, But iam unable to receive emails"
Here are my server settings( I think so these are enough ) of
Squirrelmail as follows:
squirrelmail version = 4.1.2
Redhat version = Redhat Linux 9
domain name = example.com( i even tried my IP address)
Invert time = False
sendmail or smtp = smtp
IMAP Server = Localhost
IMAP Port = 143
Authentication Type = login
Secure IMAP(TLS) = false
Server Software = uw
Delimiter = Detect
SMTP Server = localhost
SMTP Port = 25
POP Before SMTP = False
SMTP Authentication = none
Secure SMTP(TLS) = false
Also my webserver name is my IP Address( i.e. 126.96.36.199).
And my IP address is a registered IP address.
So Kindly help me and point out what is wrong, as far as i can guess I
think so my SMTP settings are all right because i can send emails, but
since I cant receive any email so I think so some thing is wrong with
my POP3 Settings,
Where i can rectify this, I am sort of new in this field, so kindly
treat me just like that.
Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance
- Join Date
- Apr 2004
- Stockholm, Sweden
This is not my area so this is probably a long shot....
tried to change your IMAP-server to your IP(188.8.131.52)?
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