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SMTP/Exim debug mode

To test verbose mail-delivery and debugging via the Exim SMTP server in @Mail, you can use the following command:

/usr/local/atmail/mailserver/bin/exim -d -v ‘user@localdomain.com’
^D ( control D )

This will step through each router in Exim, until the message is delivered or bounced.

This command can be useful for debugging, ( to test why a message cannot be delivered, database connection details, exim router reports, aliases and catch-all delivery )

For a more simple version use the command:

# /usr/local/atmail/mailserver/bin/exim -bt ‘username@localdomain.com’

router = spamcheck_router, transport = spamcheck

This will emulate message-delivery and report which router can handle the message. The above message reports the message is accepted within @Mail.

For accounts that do not exist the following is returned:

username@localdomain.com is undeliverable:
Unrouteable address

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