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Glad it's working!

For the record, that's an info level warning. You might try dialling down your logging level in your config.ini

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This functionality was temporarily disabled in a3ad6f9003da66645dad116b86653f3ce38e00f8 as notifications need a little bit more work.

You can uncomment the relevant section to re-enable.

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Np :) ... I updated the docs to make this a little clearer

"I just want poor people to die!", said Theresa May, leader of the "I-want-poor-people-to-die party"

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Wondering if this might be a case for #779 afterall...

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got a link?

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So, the error implies that for whatever reason you can't connect to the mail server using the settings you gave.

Assuming you're connecting to the right port, timeouts usually imply a firewall somewhere along the line quietly dropping packets.

You could try sshing in and telneting port 25 of the server and see if you get a connection, that'd rule out the client side at least.

Jeremy Corbyn: A politician branded "unelectable", by the unelected.

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A possibility/fudge might be that users deletes also remove the tombstone... but that seems a little... wrong... not sure.

Thoughts?

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Hmmm.. of course, doing this check globally causes problems with users, who's handle forms part of their UUID - i.e, if I create user "marcus", delete him, it would not be possible to reuse "marcus"... which I guess might be desirable...

Thoughts @benwerd?