[nos-bbs] JNOS 2.0f Messages
Jerry and Michele Groeneveld
gagroeneveld at cpinternet.com
Sat Feb 28 00:28:42 EST 2009
Ray, I have not been following this closely, but if routing
is not set up, mail will not move. Routing is different for
most applications but the route command will give your
routes. At a minimum, there should be a local route and a
default route for anything not local.
Raymond Quinn wrote:
> I think that your smtp server is not running in that case.
> ("start smtp" in your autoexec.nos)
> Messages will still be delivered to the mqueue directory in jnos but not
> delivered/processed if the smtp server isn't running.
> As mentioned in a previous reply, SMTP is starting at startup. I even ran
> the JNOS Installer version 2 and started it using the default settings, only
> changing the IP addresses to fit the LAN. The messages are in the
> /jnos/spool/mqueue directory, but they do not show up to the user. Perhaps I
> can test it on another machine. I seem to be out of options at this point.
> Still looking for answers.
> 73 de Ray Quinn W6RAY
> Visalia, CA DM06
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