OK, for some odd reasons my timestamp kinda messed up. There are 2 leading
zeros and the cutoff time doesn't have the leading zeros
popbsmtpd: Login by user rhs from IP 22.214.171.124 at 2002/12/22 21:58:00
popbsmtpd: Relaying ENABLED (started) for user rhs at 126.96.36.199
popbsmtpd: KEY "IP:188.8.131.52" DATA "001040615880" recorded
popbsmtpd: KEY "001040615880_184.108.40.206" DATA "220.127.116.11" recorded
popbsmtpd: No data ready.
popbsmtpd: Expiry tests: Current time 2002/12/22 22:58:00 (1040619480),
Cutoff time 2002/12/22 23:28:00 (1040621280)
popbsmtpd: Inspecting 001040615880_18.104.22.168 (22.214.171.124)
popbsmtpd: Entry 001040615880_126.96.36.199 (188.8.131.52) EXPIRED
popbsmtpd: Relaying DISABLED for 184.108.40.206
popbsmtpd: Timestamp 001040615880_220.127.116.11 for 18.104.22.168
deleted from login DB
See the the 1st line? it stated 001040615880...but the current time and
cut off time is without 2 leading zeros as you could see from the above
It did allow relay but then the timestamps are different...disable relaying?
I did make sure both my /etc/localtime and
/var/spool/postfix/etc/localtime are the same.
> Everything seems to be OK. What I meant, but unfortunately did not say,
> was that while you have it running from the command line, try popping
> your mail (from outside; rr.com) and see what messages it gives. This
> should help show what is going on. You can use a higher logging level,
> but beyond 3 it gets pretty verbose.
> If it works, great; if not, send me the logging output from the test.
>>>> I apologize for the long email and really do appreciate your help.
> My pleasure; send as much as it takes.
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