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UX:mail:ERROR:Signal 11

Posted on 1998-01-07
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Hi experts,
     When I try to send mail using my AT&T unix box,
I get such error message

UX:mail:ERROR:Signal 11

     Can someone let me know how can I successfully sendmail
out from this AT&T Unix box? Thanks.

rgds,
Jasmine
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Could it be that this error is caused by your problem described in the Unix general topic area "Can't send mail to other host for AT&T Unix" ?
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