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    Default System Mail Settings - not sending emails

    I use Hostmonster as my mail/web server and they require non-secure connections on SMTP port 26. I have an Epygi Quadro 2x2 with firmware 5.3.21. Putting in settings that work in Outlook, I find no emails hitting my box when I press "Send test mail". There are no errors flagged in events and the default events setting should tell me that there was a "send failure". That would suggest the mail should have gone.

    I have tried using port 25 as well as 26 but neither work.

    Looking at the system logs I see:
    Jul 5 04:27:40 quadro user.err cgimains.cgi[1629]: SendMail systemResult: 127 (mail sent port 25)

    Jul 5 04:27:54 quadro user.err cgimains.cgi[1629]: SendMail systemResult: 127 (mail sent port 26)

    But I have no idea what the result "127" means although it would appear to be an error. Any help would be appreciated.

    Ian.

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    I have now set up a Gmail account and this works. It's a shame I can't use one of my own accounts but the problem is solved. However, it would be good if the firmware could cope with different ports from the standard ones.

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