Is probably trying to authenticate the sender with a reverse-lookupQuote:> The problem is that sendmail takes a long time to accept the sender's
and failing at it, you could reconfigure your sendmail to avoid
authentication (but this will increase the amount of spam probably).
You don't. If fetchmail delete the message on the external server andQuote:> b) how to get Fetchmail do all its job with the external server before
> trying to send the messages to Sendmail.
then (for any reason) he can't send the mail to the internal one your
mail is lost.
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