What you see is chkuser logging, that is handled correctly is you send using smtp port.
So, you can either disable chkuser logging or send using smtp local port. Ciao, Tonino At 20.17 04/06/2005, you wrote:
Ever since I installed chkuser (which has been great, might I add), pine has had issues using the sendmail binary replacement qmail provides. After some stracing I've determined this is because after sending: RCPT TO:<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> It is getting a responce of "CHKUSER accepted rcpt: from <mik..." instead of a "220 ok". Sendmail is called from pine by default (on debian, at least) with these flags: "-bs -odb -oem" So I tested it out myself: $ /usr/sbin/sendmail -bs -odb -oem 220 webserv2.divide0.net ESMTP ehlo localhost 250-webserv2.divide0.net 250-STARTTLS 250-PIPELINING 250-8BITMIME 250 AUTH LOGIN PLAIN CRAM-MD5 RSET 250 flushed MAIL FROM:<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 250 ok RCPT TO:<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> CHKUSER accepted rcpt: from <[EMAIL PROTECTED]:sendmail-bs:> remote <:localhost:127.0.0.1> rcpt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> : found existing recipient 250 ok This is the same sequence of commands pine writes, and as you see, the CHKUSER response is given after the RCPT TO causing pine to hang. That response shouldn't be in there. Any suggestions/hints as to how to stop this? Thanks, Mike Garrison