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Hotmail etc connection reset by peer
  Posted by  Tim Canham  on Monday, May 05, 2003 at 7:17:32 AM (EST)
Hi guys,

I am unable to route mail to hotmail.com, yahoo.com and bigpond.com addresses (there may be more that I haven't discovered yet). Everything else works perfectly (web mail, incoming mail, even from these servers, routing to all other servers).

I have NAV 2003 installed, but have tried uninstalling it and it made no difference. It used to work, then didn't, I uninstalled NAV and it did again, now it really won't anymore, no matter if NAV is present or not.

The specific error I am getting is:

08:06:16 pm SMTP: Requesting MX records for domain 'hotmail.com'...
08:06:17 pm SMTP: MX records for domain 'hotmail.com' found.
08:06:17 pm SMTP: [2] Connecting to 'mx2.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.145:25) ...
08:06:17 pm SMTP: [2] Connection to 'mx2.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.145:25) established.
08:06:17 pm SMTP: [2] Waiting for identification...
08:06:17 pm SMTP: [2] SMTP connection to 'mx2.hotmail.com' established.
08:06:18 pm SMTP: [2] Sending message (9747 B)...
08:07:03 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:07:03 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:07:03 pm SMTP: [2] Connecting to 'mx3.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.140:25) ...
08:07:03 pm SMTP: [2] Connection to 'mx3.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.140:25) established.
08:07:03 pm SMTP: [2] Waiting for identification...
08:07:04 pm SMTP: [2] SMTP connection to 'mx3.hotmail.com' established.
08:07:04 pm SMTP: [2] Sending message (9747 B)...
08:07:50 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:07:50 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:07:50 pm SMTP: [2] Connecting to 'mx4.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.151:25) ...
08:07:50 pm SMTP: [2] Connection to 'mx4.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.151:25) established.
08:07:50 pm SMTP: [2] Waiting for identification...
08:07:50 pm SMTP: [2] SMTP connection to 'mx4.hotmail.com' established.
08:07:51 pm SMTP: [2] Sending message (9747 B)...
08:08:14 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:08:14 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:08:32 pm SMTP: [2] Connecting to 'mx1.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.129:25) ...
08:08:32 pm SMTP: [2] Connection to 'mx1.hotmail.com' (65.54.254.129:25) established.
08:08:32 pm SMTP: [2] Waiting for identification...
08:08:32 pm SMTP: [2] SMTP connection to 'mx1.hotmail.com' established.
08:08:33 pm SMTP: [2] Sending message (9747 B)...
08:09:10 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:09:10 pm SMTP: [2] WSASocketError: Winsock: Connection reset by peer
08:09:10 pm SMTP: Failed to send 2e79bfce.xq message. Next attempt to resend in 10 minutes.

I would have thought that if it was NAV, then it would block ALL routing, rather than specific addresses?

One odd thing - it MIGHT be successfully routing to hotmail if the same email is being sent to one of the mail servers that does work. I haven't been able to test this properly.

Thanks for any assistance!
  Posted by Robert Smith  on Monday, May 05, 2003 at 11:22:07 AM (EST)
Connection reset by peer usually means someone between you and Hotmail is resetting the connection. Usually, this is your ISP, but can sometimes be attributed to problems with routers and connectivity.

Have you tried running a traceroute to the server from your LS Server? That would be a good start.
  Posted by David Hart  on Monday, May 05, 2003 at 12:18:54 PM (EST)
NAV leaves behind the services. Are those disabled?

I have a hunch. Send me a piece of mail: dch@tqmcube.com
  Posted by Tim Canham  on Tuesday, May 06, 2003 at 10:17:28 PM (EST)
Well, I can't trace through to Hotmail's servers, but I can hit them via my web browser (www.hotmai.com), and I can successfully telnet to hotmail's mail servers on port 25 (and hand-write an email).

So my mail server is capable of sending mail to hotmail, but LS still won't do it?
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