On 2010-09-12, Steve Sobol <sjsobol@JustThe.net> wrote:
> In article <email@example.com>, firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Maybe you might want to read the spamhaus link.
>> The first line says that the email is not blocked.
> http://www.spamhaus.org/pbl/query/PBL257398 doesn't say that.
>> It then goes on to explain that it is an authentication problem.
>> So why is my authentication not being accewpted?
>> Are there others here using msmtp that have knowledge of this problem?
> Two thoughts:
> 1) Was msmtp working, and then it suddenly stopped working, but you'd
> not made any changes to it? If so, I'd call Verzion.
I called Verizon.
After patiently wearing out the person who answered my call, she had the bright
idea that she would transfer me to her tech person who would know how to help.
He had never heard of spamhaus.
He had no idea what PBL stands for.
It went downhill from there.
> 2) If it never worked, OR if it stopped working after you made changes,
> make sure msmtp *is,* in fact, sending your login and password.
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