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Re: postfix/cyrus imapd und Sonderzeichen
  • From: Christian Pelz <rhein_ufer_weg@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 14:28:23 +0200
  • Message-id: <46C2F167.3010008@yahoo.de>
Sandy Drobic wrote:
Christian Pelz wrote:

linux:/# postconf strict_rfc821_envelopes
strict_rfc821_envelopes = no

Ich hab noch mal in meine main.cf geschaut, da steht das auch
ausdrücklich drin.

Wird dies auch in "postconf -n" gezeigt?

Ja.


Kann man das Problem anders angehen?

Poste bitte mal die präzise Fehlermeldung inklusive Warnungen, die von der
kaputten Mails verursacht werden.

/var/log/mail.err und /var/log/mail.warn haben diesbezüglich keine Einträge.

Es folgen die Auszüge aus /var/log/mail, die die letzte dieser Mail
betreffen (kannst Du das so lesen? Die Zeilenumbrüche sind ja nun nicht
gerade prickelnd ... Kann ich das als Anlage ohne Zeilenumbrüche
schicken, oder wird das von der Mailingliste zurückgewiesen?). IMHO sind
vermutlich nur die Teile, die ich mit ###### markiert habe, als
Fehlermeldungen relevant, oder?

Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/smtpd[26157]: connect from
localhost[127.0.0.1]
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/smtpd[26157]: BADFA48283:
client=localhost[127.0.0.1]
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/cleanup[26159]: BADFA48283:
message-id=<611448118.91648551471900@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: BADFA48283: from=<Elton
Warner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, size=7499, nrcpt=4 (queue active)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) AM.CL
/var/spool/amavis/amavis-client-XXvTztMT: <Elton
Warner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ->
<ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) body hash:
a2a6d1f70b1ffc6ae992a60dbf0838d9
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) Checking:
GeFfjq-laIbg <"Elton Warner"@s13a.server4user.de> ->
<ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p004 1
Content-Type: multipart/mixed
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p001 1/1
Content-Type: text/plain, size: 1860 B, name:
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p005 1/2
Content-Type: message/rfc822
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p006 1/2/1
Content-Type: multipart/alternative
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p002 1/2/1/1
Content-Type: text/plain, size: 265 B, name:
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p003 1/2/1/2
Content-Type: text/html, size: 1577 B, name:
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) Checking for
banned types and filenames
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) collect banned
table[0]: ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, tables:
DEFAULT=>Amavis::Lookup::RE=ARRAY(0xc5e4a0)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) collect banned
table[0]: chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, tables:
DEFAULT=>Amavis::Lookup::RE=ARRAY(0xc5e4a0)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) collect banned
table[0]: mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, tables:
DEFAULT=>Amavis::Lookup::RE=ARRAY(0xc5e4a0)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) collect banned
table[0]: ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, tables:
DEFAULT=>Amavis::Lookup::RE=ARRAY(0xc5e4a0)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p001,L=1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p001,L=1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p001,L=1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p001,L=1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p002,L=1/2/1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p002,L=1/2/1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p002,L=1/2/1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p002,L=1/2/1/1,M=text/plain,T=asc"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p003,L=1/2/1/2,M=text/html,T=html"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p003,L=1/2/1/2,M=text/html,T=html"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p003,L=1/2/1/2,M=text/html,T=html"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) p.path
ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx: "P=p004,L=1,M=multipart/mixed |
P=p005,L=1/2,M=message/rfc822 | P=p006,L=1/2/1,M=multipart/alternative |
P=p003,L=1/2/1/2,M=text/html,T=html"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) Using
ClamAV-clamd: (built-in interface)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) Using
(ClamAV-clamd) on dir: CONTSCAN
/var/spool/amavis/amavis-client-XXvTztMT/parts\n
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) ClamAV-clamd:
Connecting to socket 127.0.0.1:3310
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) ClamAV-clamd:
Sending CONTSCAN /var/spool/amavis/amavis-client-XXvTztMT/parts\n to
INET socket 127.0.0.1:3310
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) ask_av
(ClamAV-clamd): /var/spool/amavis/amavis-client-XXvTztMT/parts CLEAN
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) ClamAV-clamd
result: clean
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/smtpd[26164]: connect from
localhost[127.0.0.1]
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) AUTH not needed,
user='', MTA offers ''
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/smtpd[26164]: DD64C488F3:
client=localhost[127.0.0.1]
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) response to RCPT
TO for <ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: "250 Ok"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) response to RCPT
TO for <chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: "250 Ok"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) response to RCPT
TO for <mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: "250 Ok"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) response to RCPT
TO for <ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>: "250 Ok"
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/cleanup[26159]: DD64C488F3:
message-id=<611448118.91648551471900@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: DD64C488F3: from=<Elton
Warner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, size=7811, nrcpt=4 (queue active)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/smtpd[26164]: disconnect from
localhost[127.0.0.1]
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) FWD via SMTP:
<"Elton Warner"@s13a.server4user.de> -> <ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, 250 2.6.0
Ok, id=client-XXvTztMT, from MTA([127.0.0.1]:10025): 250 Ok: queued as
DD64C488F3
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) Passed CLEAN,
[127.0.0.1] <Elton Warner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> ->
<ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,<ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Message-ID: <611448118.91648551471900@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
mail_id: GeFfjq-laIbg, Hits: -, 164 ms
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) mail checking
ended: setreply=250 2.6.0
Ok,%20id=client-XXvTztMT,%20from%20MTA([127.0.0.1]:10025):%20250%20Ok:%20queued%20as%20DD64C488F3\nreturn_value=continue\nexit_code=0
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) TIMING [total 167
ms] - got data: 1 (1%)1, body_digest: 2 (1%)2, gen_mail_id: 0 (0%)2,
mkdir parts: 0 (0%)2, mime_decode: 20 (12%)14, get-file-type3: 9 (5%)19,
decompose_part: 1 (0%)20, decompose_part: 0 (0%)20, parts_decode: 0
(0%)20, AV-scan-1: 22 (13%)33, update_cache: 1 (1%)34, fwd-connect: 12
(7%)41, fwd-mail-from: 1 (1%)42, fwd-rcpt-to: 11 (7%)48, write-header: 1
(1%)49, fwd-data: 1 (0%)49, fwd-data-end: 48 (29%)78, fwd-rundown: 27
(16%)94, main_log_entry: 8 (5%)99, update_snmp: 1 (0%)99,
unlink-3-files: 1 (0%)99, rmdir: 0 (0%)100, unlink-0-files: 0 (0%)100,
rmdir: 0 (0%)100, rundown: 1 (0%)100
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux amavis[25669]: (client-XXvTztMT) load: 0 %, total
idle 5091.393 s, busy 1.233 s
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/pipe[26160]: BADFA48283:
to=<ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, orig_to=<info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=vscan,
delay=0, status=sent (linux.1)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/pipe[26160]: BADFA48283:
to=<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, orig_to=<info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=vscan,
delay=0, status=sent (linux.1)
Aug 15 09:25:21 linux postfix/pipe[26160]: BADFA48283:
to=<mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, orig_to=<info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=vscan,
delay=0, status=sent (linux.1)
Aug 15 09:25:22 linux postfix/pipe[26160]: BADFA48283:
to=<ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, orig_to=<info@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=vscan,
delay=1, status=sent (linux.1)
Aug 15 09:25:22 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: BADFA48283: removed

######################################
Aug 15 09:25:22 linux postfix/pipe[26166]: DD64C488F3:
to=<ap@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=cyrus, delay=1, status=bounced (data format
error. Command output: ap: Bad protocol )
Aug 15 09:25:22 linux postfix/pipe[26173]: DD64C488F3:
to=<mh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=cyrus, delay=1, status=bounced (data format
error. Command output: mh: Bad protocol )
Aug 15 09:25:22 linux postfix/pipe[26168]: DD64C488F3:
to=<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=cyrus, delay=1, status=bounced (data
format error. Command output: chp: Bad protocol )
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/pipe[26175]: DD64C488F3:
to=<ms@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=cyrus, delay=2, status=bounced (data format
error. Command output: ms: Bad protocol )
#########################################

Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/cleanup[26159]: 465ED488F4:
message-id=<20070815072523.465ED488F4@linux.1>
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: 465ED488F4: from=<>,
size=10216, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/cleanup[26159]: 4960F488F5:
message-id=<20070815072523.4960F488F5@linux.1>
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: 4960F488F5:
from=<double-bounce@linux.1>, size=4275, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: DD64C488F3: removed
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/pipe[26166]: 4960F488F5:
to=<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, orig_to=<postmaster>, relay=cyrus, delay=0,
status=sent (notar-pelz.de)
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: 4960F488F5: removed
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/smtp[26181]: 465ED488F4: to=<Elton
Warner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, relay=mail.notar-pelz.de[85.119.152.161],
delay=0, status=bounced (host mail.notar-pelz.de[85.119.152.161] said:
550 <Elton Warner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>: Recipient address rejected: User
unknown in local recipient table (in reply to RCPT TO command))
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/cleanup[26180]: D97FD488F3:
message-id=<20070815072523.D97FD488F3@linux.1>
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: D97FD488F3:
from=<double-bounce@linux.1>, size=11831, nrcpt=1 (queue active)
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: 465ED488F4: removed
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/pipe[26168]: D97FD488F3:
to=<chp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, orig_to=<postmaster>, relay=cyrus, delay=0,
status=sent (notar-pelz.de)
Aug 15 09:25:23 linux postfix/qmgr[1679]: D97FD488F3: removed
Aug 15 09:25:35 linux postfix/smtpd[26157]: disconnect from
localhost[127.0.0.1]
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