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Date:               Tue, 2 May 1995 13:48:23 CST
From:      "Walter Huff" <>
To:        Blake Swensen <>
Subject:         Re: Please help with mail
Message-ID:  <A4453F3746@Uwohali1.Uwohali.Com>

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> I am trying to set up mail between a FreeBSD machine and an SMTP gateway 
> (Mercury running on a Novell 3.12 svr).  
> I am pretty sure that the SMTP gateway is set up properly (kind of a 
> no-brainer) as I have done this several times before.  However it appears 
> that the FreeBSD machine is not accepting connections, and the console 
> reports 'bogus queue'.
> Am running Freebsd 1.0, 486-50, 8mb ram, 3c503, etc.

Have Mercury up and running with 3.12 and a FreeBSD 2.0 SMTP server.  
Sounds to me like you don't have a mail queue defined on your Novell 
server, or Mercury doesn't have the name of the queue defined 
properly.  Check SYSCON to see if you have a mail queue defined, and 
if you do then try typing "ADDQ queue-name" from a DOS prompt.  If 
you don't then create one and then do the ADDQ. Of course you'll need 
to be logged on as Supervisor to do these.

Hope this helps.

- Walter

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