#haraka

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      • tylor
        hello baudehlo
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      • i am using node version v7.0.0
      • baudehlo
        There seem to be google hits that this might be solved by upgrading node.
      • Is it a lot of outbound?
      • tylor
        yes
      • i tired with node 8
      • let me try again on node v8
      • baudehlo i have another concern of plugin failed
      • [CRIT] [00DC1A75-2463-42A8-9F79-21BA8BD45027.1] [core] Plugin database failed: ReferenceError: bodyText is not defined
      • baudehlo
        Plugins are run under “use strict” so you have to define every variable with var, const or let.
      • Going to bed now. Hope that helps.
      • tylor
        thank baudehlo
      • let me try it once
      • good night
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      • hello everyone
      • getting error [ERROR] [-] [core] [outbound] Failed to get pool entry: Outbound connection error: Error: bind EADDRNOTAVAIL
      • i am using haraka latest version with node v8.0.0
      • hi
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      • hello everyone
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      • hello baudehlo
      • hi
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      • PSSGCSim
        Hello, is there some tutorial/example configuration on how to receive e-mails with haraka? I am currently hitting 451 code, with last notice "queue code=CONT", but no errors
      • _smf_
        PSSGCSim: that means that you don't have a queue plugin handling the incoming message.
      • For Haraka to accept a message - you *must* have a plugin that 1) accepts recipients in hook_rcpt via return next(OK) *and* 2) a plugin on hook_queue that accepts the message, does something with it, then returns next(OK).
      • So if you want to accept everything - you could simply do this: exports.hook_rcpt = exports.hook_queue = function (next, connection) { return next(OK); }
      • PSSGCSim
        @_smf_ ok, I thought something like this is required. awesome I will try it, thank you very much
      • _smf_
        But that would mean that the messages would be send down a black hole, because the queue hook isn't doing actually doing anything with the message.
      • So you'd probably want to use something like queue/quarantine and make it store all the messages etc.
      • But it's up to your imagination as to what you do with them.
      • PSSGCSim
        ok I get it now, and what about the aliases plugin, does it send the message if I return next(OK) ?
      • _smf_
        I'm not sure I follow - but aliases would simply be changing one recipient for another, it wouldn't therefore deliver anything.
      • To deliver something you need to load one of the queue/* plugins - or create one yourself.
      • What exactly are you trying to achieve?
      • PSSGCSim
        ok so the aliases only changes "to:" header or something like that?
      • _smf_
        Something like that. It doesn't do anything with To: headers (because headers are simply informational), but it changes the RCPT TO:
      • PSSGCSim
        ok, super I think I get it now, it is kind of confusing as I am moving from Postfix
      • thank you, I am off to experimenting :)
      • _smf_
        No problem.
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