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I was just testing the Postfix server on one of my mailers, for the hell of it.. EHLO, STARTTLS, all good. Then comes the mail submission part.

MAIL FROM test@nixmagic.com
Connection closed by foreign host.

Right after I say mail from, it just closes the connection! Is it just me or does this feel like the server says to me "fuck off"? :')

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  • 2
    I just sent you an email, did it arrive? 😐
  • 2
    @linuxxx your email id? I wanted to send you the signal number.
  • 6
    You were being rude. You forgot to say HELLO
  • 7
    @linuxxx haven't checked yet, had a sudden call from my grandmother (that took nearly an hour o.O). Just gonna put the laundry in real quick and then I'll take a look :)
  • 3
    @drekhi12 Oh, I thought that was well known by now 😅

    linuxxx@tuta.io
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  • 11
    @linuxxx

    "This is the mail system at host nixmagic.com.

    I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not
    be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below.

    For further assistance, please send mail to postmaster.

    If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
    delete your own text from the attached returned message.

    The mail system

    <linuxxx@tuta.io>: host mail.tutanota.de[81.3.6.163] said: 554 5.7.1 Service
    unavailable; Client host [212.237.37.226] blocked using
    b.barracudacentral.org; Client host blocked using Barracuda Reputation, see
    http://barracudanetworks.com/reputa... (in
    reply to RCPT TO command)"

    FUCK BARRACUDA THEN!

    Anyway, hereby confirmation that I've received and read that email. Just that Barracuda assholes don't let me reply -.-
  • 8
    AND THEY REQUIRE MY FUCKING PHONE NUMBER FOR UNLISTING?! MOTHERFUCKERS!!!!
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  • 6
    @linuxxx And for unlisting I wasn't sure if I can just put a bogus number there.. now they have my phone number :')
    Note to self: their unlisting process is automated, and automatically puts the IP in normal mode for a few hours to gauge if spam is being sent. So I could've probably faked it.

    By the way, a script for VPN server installation, seriously? 😜
    Check this out: https://digitalocean.com/community/... :)
  • 1
    @Condor Yeah seriously. I've used this script (the original) for ages and by just modifying it a little bit, I can run it without any interaction required but it crashes so yah
  • 5
    @linuxxx don't worry, was just fooling around a bit :3 so long as you know how to deploy it manually if needed, I second that scripts can make life a lot easier :)
  • 5
    @linuxxx It seems to be a very interactive script though, since it relies quite heavily on interactive input (through read -p). Why not rewrite it to accept arguments or stdin instead? Currently 19% through reading the code, and there don't seem to be any obvious errors by the way :/

    Edit: after a diff I noticed that you are indeed using command-line arguments in your version. That does make the interactive version a little bit redundant though.
  • 1
    @Condor I removed all reads from installation part O_o
  • 5
    @linuxxx Lines 76-199 consist largely of interactive reads though?
  • 4
    @linuxxx Well, as far as I can tell nothing seems to be wrong with it. Perhaps it's a local issue in your server?
  • 1
    @Condor Those lines are for new client certs and renovation ;)

    And tried it on multiple servers, same result on every one.

    Thanks for taking your time anyways! 😊
  • 4
    @linuxxx hmm, in that case trying the script wouldn't be a bad idea I guess. Which distro are you testing on?
  • 0
    @Condor Debian 7 minimal! (x64)
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