[ZendTo] Re: Dropoff notification

Tim Davis TDavis at bleylengineering.com
Tue Oct 7 17:58:40 BST 2014

Also should note that I created the two users prior to loading the webpage and clicking About.  I may have been the cause of this issue.


Tim Davis

Bleyl and Associates

From: zendto-bounces at zend.to [mailto:zendto-bounces at zend.to] On Behalf Of Tim Davis
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2014 11:44 AM
To: zendto at zend.to
Subject: [ZendTo] Dropoff notification

OK, address verification emails are successfully delivered to unathenticated users.  I can attach a file and submit it.  File shows up in /var/zendto/dropoffs.  Dropoff notification emails never show up, but /var/zendto/zendto.log states it is successfully delivered.  /var/log/mail.log shows this:

"Oct  7 11:03:33 filetransfer postfix/local[1639]: 2110C60083: to=<user at domain.com<mailto:user at domain.com>>, relay=local, delay=0.02, delays=0/0.01/0/0.01, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered to mailbox)"

Verification message uses correct relay, however, notification shows local relay.  It's like the notification is being delivered to a local mailbox, not my mail server.

I'm using a local DB for authentication, should I change this to my AD?

Also,  I cannot login to the website with either of the users I created, it states that the username or password is incorrect.  I also cannot run any of the commands in /opt/zendto/bin other than adduser which I could only run for two users.  I get the following error when I run any other command: "command not found"

These two issues may be related, I'm not sure.

Any assistance would be appreciated.


Tim Davis

Bleyl & Associates
100 Nugent Street
Conroe, Texas 77301

Phone: 936.441.7833
Direct: 936.521.1377
Cell: 281-660-4677
Fax: 936.760.3833

Firm No. 678

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