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#1 OFFLINE   crp


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Posted 27 February 2012 - 07:53 PM

having a problem with setting up a user with imap connections to our sendmail server
Feb 27 13:55:00 net imapd[31459]: imap service init from 255.xxx.yyy.zzz
Feb 27 13:55:04 net imapd[31459]: Login user=MID.Bick host=mobile-198-228-221-101.mycingular.net [255.xxx.yyy.zzz]
Feb 27 13:55:04 net imapd[31459]: Command stream end of file, while reading line user=MID.Bick host=mobile-255-xxx-yyy-zzz.mycingular.net [255.xxx.yyy.zzz]
Feb 27 13:55:05 net sendmail[31506]: q1RLt5P7031506: rejecting commands from mobile-255-xxx-yyy-zzz.mycingular.net [255.xxx.yyy.zzz] due to pre-greeting traffic
Feb 27 13:56:22 net sendmail[31518]: q1RLtbGU031518: timeout waiting for input from mobile-255-xxx-yyy-zzz.mycingular.net during server cmd read
Feb 27 13:56:22 net sendmail[31518]: q1RLtbGU031518: mobile-255-xxx-yyy-zzz.mycingular.net [255.xxx.yyy.zzz] did not issue MAIL/EXPN/VRFY/ETRN during connection to MTA

pop3 works fine. Is this an iPhone or a mycingular issue in traffic not being sent before the proper greeting?
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Posted 27 February 2012 - 09:12 PM

For what it is worth, AT&T is not blocking IMAP on their network... Gmail runs through IMAP just fine.

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