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Re: [tor-talk] TorBirdy seems to connect to the same exit node again and again
Thanks Sukhbir Singh for clarifying, thanks justaguy for the suggestion!
My assumption was, that TorBirdy and Tor are connecting to the same exit
node. What I didn't make clear in my first mail, was that my fix
initially was to choose a new identity. And then things got complicated.
When choosing a new identity in TorBrowser, I thought I was also
choosing a new identity in TorBirdy. I was/am still receiving the alert
quite frequently, even right after clicking on "new identity" (it is
always the same IP that gets rejected, sending emails to various
recipients). So that is what caused my confusion. Do I have to "choose a
new identity" from within TorBirdy?
What I didn't mention before is, that refreshing my inbox worked at all
times. But that might have to do with my mail server, right?
Just had the same alert again when trying to send this email. Restarting
TorBrowser seemed to do the trick... but now I can't really replicate
Thanks for your help, guys.
> * Sophie Hassfurther:
>> "An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: 5.7.1
>> Service unavailable; client (220.127.116.11) blocked using
>> mail.badip.de Please check the message recipient firstname.lastname@example.org
>> and try again."
>> So what I find strange, is that since two days TorBirdy seems to connect
>> to the same exit node whenever I login. When I check the Tor Browser
>> though, it says I am connected to Tor, showing a different (!) IP address.
> The key here is "showing a different IP address", which means that
> TorBirdy is not connecting to the same exit node. The error message
> seems to indicate that trying a different exit may fix the problem
> (since you are using Tor Browser, click the "New Identity" button.)
> Let us know if it works (or doesn't).
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