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    Default Inbound mail not working after M3 upgrade

    I can send mail but inbound mail is stuck in the queue with errors of:

    Jan 12 16:15:41 mail postfix/lmtp[1871]: 00D0673C6DF: to=, rel
    ay=none, delay=1, status=deferred (connect to hostager.com[24.22.197.46]: Connec
    tion refused)

    I missed that the inbound mail stopped working after M2 to M3 upgrade.

    - Rob

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    Is tomcat running? Can you telnet to port 7025?
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Well that was not very smart! When I posted the above error I noticed that it was not trying to connect to my local ip but the real ip address. I had added a new ethernet card to my mail server (right after upgrading) and had accidentally set the DNS to an external DNS server instead of the one running on my mail server. It had nothiing to do with the M2 -> M3 updgrade. It works now!

    - Rob

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