FW: [Evolution] A new error message with latest updates from redcarpet
- From: "Rory D. Hudson" <rory zumiez com>
- To: <evolution ximian com>
- Subject: FW: [Evolution] A new error message with latest updates from redcarpet
- Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 15:19:02 -0800
From: Rory D. Hudson
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 2:34 PM
To: 'Dan Winship'
Subject: RE: [Evolution] A new error message with latest updates
Thanks for your suggestions, but regretfully I am still having the same
issue. I have tried your suggestions and here are the results of all
that I have tried.
First, just sending the message using Evolution....the error message
pops up stating that sendmail returned an exit value of 69. As far as
Evolution is concerned the mail does not get sent. However the mail
does get sent and everything looks fine.
Second, I have tried sending the message using Balsa, with the same
preferences (using sendmail to send the message). This does not return
any error at all.
Third, sending the message from the command line using your suggestion
of sendmail -tif rory zumiez com < /tmp/message . This worked
beautifully and did not return any errors as well.
Do you have any ideas as to why this is happening? I would love to roll
this out to one of my stores ASAP, but this is holding me up. Please
let me know and thanks again for all of your help...I appreciate it
From: Dan Winship [mailto:danw ximian com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 10:20 AM
To: Rory D. Hudson
Cc: evolution ximian com
Subject: Re: [Evolution] A new error message with latest updates
This seems to be a sendmail problem, however this did not occur with
previous versions of Evolution, and I have not changed the configured
sendmail. The weird thing is that this message does get sent, just
evolution does not recognize that. Any suggestions would be grateful.
Hm. There have been no substantive changes to the sendmail code in
evolution since March.
Error while 'Sending "subject of message"' Sendmail exited with status
69: mail not sent
69 is "EX_UNAVAILABLE" and basically means "none of the above". A quick
grep through the sendmail sources shows 57 different places where it
sets that error code. :-/
If you go to your sent messages folder, save the message to disk, remove
the initial "From " line from the saved message, and then do
sendmail -tif rory zumiez com < /tmp/message
(or whatever you saved the message as), does it print out any error
message? (Note that it will end up re-sending this message, so do it on
something you sent to yourself :)
evolution maillist - evolution ximian com
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