Mailing List SIMS@stalker.com Message #6216
From: Bill Cole <listbill@scconsult.com>
Subject: Re: Stumped
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2000 16:24:28 -0400
To: SIMS Discussions <SIMS@mail.stalker.com>
At 11:56 AM -0700 6/12/00, Clement Ross  imposed structure on a stream of
electrons, yielding:
>I can't send an e-mail to one of my clients and I can't find the cause of
>the problem. Here is the relevent SMTP log:
>
>13:45:33 4 SMTP Line 26328 created for ctbr.com, [S.0000110730]
>13:45:33 4 SMTP [S.0000110730] queued to line 26328(0/1). 1 routes
>13:45:33 4 SMTP-328(ctbr.com) Got 2 relay(s)
>13:45:33 5 SMTP-328(ctbr.com) *Status=7
>13:45:33 5 SMTP Scanning 1 queue files
>13:45:33 4 SMTP-328(ctbr.com) Looking for ns.interlink.net.
>13:45:33 5 SMTP-328(ctbr.com) *Status=9
>13:45:33 5 SMTP-328(ctbr.com) *Status=8
>13:45:33 3 SMTP-328(ctbr.com) Failed to connect to [198.168.73.8:25].
>reason=61
[...]
>I'm afraid it's something obvious but I can't see it.

Probably.

It looks like SIMS is trying to deliver mail aimed at something like
user@ns.interlink.net. Otherwise, SIMS would not be 'Looking for
ns.interlink.net' but for some other domain name.

You may want to look for the log lines that show the mail arriving and
being passed through the router. They may help you to figure out why SIMS
thinks it needs to find the mail relays for ns.interlink.net.




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Bill Cole
MAPS L.L.C. Consulting Services Group
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