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Re: Pop Auth wery slow

Thanks for your answer.
I have modified my resolv.conf 
i use the right DNS Servers
i try the retrieve from a pc near the server
the pc were present in the server hosts but the result is the same

i could use the order "files dns" and update the hosts with all the
possible IPs but...

Scrive Tobias Schaefer <T.Schaefer@science-computing.de>:

> Hi Christian,
> >       i have finally installed my redhat mail server (7.0)
> >       but i have a little problem. When i retrieve the mail
> >       from the pop3 server i must wait a lot for the user auth.
> >       The log files don't report any error because the mail is
> correctly 
> > retrieved and sent.
> > Is there someone who had the same problem?
> > I see that something similar happens to wu-ftpd.
> > What i should check :
> the first thing that comes to my mind is host name resolving.
> Check in /etc/nsswitch.conf for a line like this:
> 	hosts:  files nis dns
> If you do dns name resolving you should check /etc/resolv.conf:
> Are all nameserver entries valid? These entries are processed in
> sequence: If the first nameserver is unavaillable it waits (half a
> minute)
> and then takes the second. If that fails (half a minute) the third is
> checked.
> Tobias
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