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Old 21st July 2005, 08:45 PM
simonsez Offline
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Receving eMail? Squirrelmail, Dovecot, Postfix

I having some problems receiving emails from external sources. For example, when I send an email from yahoo mail, I don't receive it. I check my Maildir/cur and Maildir/new folders and nothing. Sending and receiving mail internally (from my machine to my machine) works fine. Just can't receive any mail from outside.

Am I missing something? Anyone else have this problem?
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