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I'm deploying ESAv as a demo on a local network, I've configured an Email server too and it works fine (sends email).
But the issue is that the ESA seems to not see these emails, when I use the command line (using helo and mailto commands) to send an email it works but not via a client mail or webmail.
Any idea what's the problem ?
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Can you check in the CLI tophosts command and see if there's anything at all, if not can you do the following:
On the ESA CLI, use tail mail_logs
After which, go to your mail client(s) you're using for testing and send a test email - monitor this mail log if there's any output.
If there is none - that means the connections it not reaching the ESA's IP/listener.
If there is information, please sanitize it and share it with us if possible so we can assist.
nothing shows with the tophosts command, and the tail mail_logs shows the following :
Mon Feb 26 10:53:50 2018 Info: ISQ: on-box Destination is /tmp/euq_server.sock Mon Feb 26 10:53:50 2018 Info: SMTP listener outmail starting Mon Feb 26 10:53:53 2018 Info: Quarantine system ready Mon Feb 26 10:55:51 2018 Info: SDS_CLIENT: URL scanner daemon state 0 Mon Feb 26 10:55:51 2018 Info: SDS_CLIENT: URL scanner enabled=0 Mon Feb 26 10:55:51 2018 Info: SDS_CLIENT: URL scanner enabled=0 Mon Feb 26 10:55:51 2018 Info: SDS_CLIENT: URL scanner enabled=0 Mon Feb 26 10:58:50 2018 Warning: Received an invalid DNS Response: rcode=Refused data="'+?\\x81\\x05\\x00\\x01\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\x00\\tphonehome\\nsenderbase\\x03org\\x00\\x00\\x01\\x00\\x01'" to IP 10.10.100.17 looking up phonehome.senderbase.org Mon Feb 26 10:58:52 2018 Info: SenderBase upload: 0 hosts totaling 3410 bytes
but nothing shows during and after sending an email.
Ping, nslookup and dig all work though.
Nothing in the mail_logs suggest the connection did not reach the ESA.
Are you seeing any errors on the server sending emails to this ESA. If this is MS exchange there should be a send connector pointing to the listener on the ESA.
Are you able to telnet from the server to the ESA? If this telnet works it will log a new ICID in the mail_logs.