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Old 01-22-2004, 06:40 AM   #1
Red evil
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Hello to you all,

I've got a problem with my qmailserver.

When I send an email it takes about 30 minutes to recieve it back. It send local so thats long. But when I want to read it there's no sender, reciever, subject or body. I recieve the mail in Outlook express and I send with telnet localhost.

I've been testing with but qscan, but queue has been replaced. So it's in it original state.

Probebly it's the way I test it, because when I use sendmail the subject and body are there. But still no sender and reciever.

what is the problem?

regards

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