This thread is close and I have managed to get it works by using less secure setup
SMTP Authentication : Disabled and then it works.
Then I gradually change the setting with more secure setup.
This is my fresh installation of clearos community 7 with the latest version.
I have try many different setting with my Outlook, security : none. ssl, tls.
I have set the setup mostly with the default setup and tested using my LAN but it failed.
this is should be very set and works operation.
Nick Howitt wrote:
The line I use is slightly different:Are you testing from inside your LAN or outside?
Hi Nick, thank you for your response. Im testing this outside the LAN.
On my initial setup i have tested both but it failed.
It seems that the ISP blocking the port 25, therefore I have change them to port 587 by adding the setting.
587 inet n - n - - smtpd
on the maser.cf file.
With the same setting as below I'm still having problem to send my email using my my Outlook on the new port 587 although I have activated SPA (secure password authentication)
SMTP Authentication : Enabled
Block Plain-Text Passwords : Enable
Allowed Incoming Connections : Port 25 (SMTP)
I'm working on your suggestions on below, I will posted any update for this in next 40 minutes.
Best regards, Khairun
[quote]Tony Ellis wrote:
2. Run the SMART long tests on both drives. Start with /dev/sda as it looks like partition sda3 is a problem. If /dev/sda is clean, try adding it back into the array with mdadm. If there are any problem I would use ddrescue from a SystemRescue like the one in my previous link to copy to a new drive of the same (preferably) or larger size. If there are bad sectors on /dev/sda, ddrescue will try very hard to read with multiple re-tries. If unsuccessful will write zeros in that position on the new drive, then continue, whereas dd would give up... Then replace the old sda disk with the newly created one./quote]
Just an update, I have done ddrescue the disk in to the new clean drive. I did not see any error but I'm not sure how can I verify if the data is intact.
the new drive is indefied as
Disk /dev/loop0: 337.6 MiB, 353955840 bytes, 691320 sectors
I will run the smart test on the drives see if they are clean first. Will keep you posted on this.
Best regards, Khairun
Hi Nick, thank you for your suggestion, as precaution step, I have start the ddrescue methode based on Tony suggestion and try to copy all my current configuration and perhaps the if Im lucky the cyrus imap data.
It would be a long hours I guess.
Cross my fingers.