Re: [Evolution] SMTP - How can I tell if a problem is Evo or in the ISP?

Thanks for the reply. The issue turned out to be nothing to do with Evolution. As it turned out my router was faulty (not completely dead) - so I was getting some very odd occurrences, one of which was the inability to send mail (although receiving was ok).

On Thu, 2009-09-10 at 06:32 -0400, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
On Tue, 2009-09-08 at 17:50 +0100, Steve T wrote:
>     Good afternoon.
> I have been using Evo with various EMail accounts. Each account has
> it's own remote pop and smtp server (ie yahoo for personal stuff and
> my business accounts). All of this has been working fine until this
> afternoon. Now, the outbound mail (from one account) seems to sit in
> the outbox (although the sendmail 'display' shows 1 0f 1 messages
> being sent - the progress bar stays at 0) and after a while I get the
> attached message:
> Is this a problem with Evolution or a problem with my smtp provider?

Years ago one could set the environment variable "CAMEL_VERBOSE_DEBUG";
and run evolution like "CAMEL_VERBOSE_DEBUG=1 evolution".  Then you'd
see the SMTP chatter on standard-out.  I assume that still works.

> Evolution 2.8.3 on FC6 

That is pretty old!

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