jkyllo+lug at echospiral.com
Thu Aug 30 10:53:28 PDT 2001
I'm not doing this but I figured that since the list seems to be really
quiet I'd answer anyway. Since it says that it will use SSL perhaps you
could use tcpdump and make sure that it's actually trying to connect to
the right port. You can also make sure that the ssl libraries are
available and all that. Just some ideas.
Nach dem Spiel
ist vor dem Spiel --Sepp Herberger
On Thu, 30 Aug 2001, andrew shinn wrote:
> Well, this humble newbie left the country before UW servers had started
> refusing unsecured connections, only to return recently and realize that
> his fetchmail no longer connects. I thought I had taken care of this
> before I left, as I installed the fetchmail-ssl package (.deb).
> $fetchmail -V gives me the following:
> This is fetchmail release 5.8.11+NTLM+SDPS+SSL+NLS
> Linux luxun 2.2.15 #3 Mon May 29 18:15:11 EST 2000 i586 unknown
> Taking options from command line and /home/mao/.fetchmailrc
> Poll interval is 60 seconds
> Idfile is /home/mao/.fetchids
> Fetchmail will forward misaddressed multidrop messages to mao.
> Options for retrieving from shinn at bp08.u.washington.edu:
> True name of server is bp08.u.washington.edu.
> Protocol is POP3.
> All available authentication methods will be tried.
> SSL encrypted sessions enabled.
> Server nonresponse timeout is 300 seconds (default).
> Default mailbox selected.
> All messages will be retrieved (--all on).
> Fetched messages will not be kept on the server (--keep off).
> Old messages will not be flushed before message retrieval (--flush off).
> Rewrite of server-local addresses is enabled (--norewrite off).
> Carriage-return stripping is disabled (stripcr off).
> Carriage-return forcing is disabled (forcecr off).
> Interpretation of Content-Transfer-Encoding is enabled (pass8bits off).
> MIME decoding is disabled (mimedecode off).
> Idle after poll is disabled (idle off).
> Nonempty Status lines will be kept (dropstatus off)
> Delivered-To lines will be kept (dropdelivered off)
> Messages will be SMTP-forwarded to: localhost (default)
> Recognized listener spam block responses are: 571 550 501 554
> Single-drop mode: 1 local name(s) recognized.
> No UIDs saved from this host.
> Anyone out there running fetchmail to retrieve mail off of UW servers out
> there (or anyone else) who can help me figure out what I'm blindly
> Many thanks in advance.
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