Dino, I'm confused. When I look at the debug log this is what I see:
1) David email client connects to sleet server
2) relaying is allowed from your ip address
3) client authenticates & authentication is successful
4) mail is addressed to your myrealbox account and is accepted
-- if there was a relaying problem it would show up here.
5) mail header is sent
6) assp reports:
Aug-4-03 12:08:51 192.168.1.23 <dino.mueller@...> to:
dino.mueller@... local or whitelisted
7) mail body is sent
8) your server complains: 451 SMTP bare lf error.
9) your server drops the connection
So this really isn't a relaying problem, but a problem in that the server
doesn't like the client's mail format. Now it is possible that ASSP has
dropped a character -- the BARE LF error is a message that the server
received a LF without a CR before it.
However there are no code differences between 3.2 and 3.3 that should affect
the proxying feature.
Is it possible that there's something different in how you tested 3.3 as
opposed to 3.2 that might affect this? Is it possible that the 622 bytes
after the "hallo" in the message might have had a bare LF in them?
I'm scratching my head trying to figure out what might be going wrong...
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 4:30 AM
Subject: [Assp-user] 0.3.3 - Can't send/relay any mail
> Hello John,
> a few minutes ago I've updated to 0.3.3 and now we can't send/relay
> any mail. With assp.pl 0.3.2 everything works fine. So I switched back
> to 0.3.2
> Attached you'll find ASSP's debug file and our mailserver's log file.