Try to disable SMTP-RDNSCheck and use a SmartDNSHost pointing to some server inside your lan.

Regards

Edinilson
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----- Original Message ----- From: Rittikorn L.
To: "Edinilson - ATINET" ; "XMail Users Mailing List"
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 11:38 AM
Subject: RE: [xmail] Custmapslist Timeout


Thank you, but I wonder why my case mail not go through or it take a time?
I wait more than 5 minutes but no luck.


Sent from smart phone server. (SPS)



From: Edinilson - ATINET
Sent: 1/10/2013 21:32
To: XMail Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: [xmail] Custmapslist Timeout

A long time ago Davide answer this question. See below:
On Tue, 30 Apr 2002, Camacho, Christian wrote:

I have some questions about CustMapsList:

What happen if the maps-root can't be contacted; the map-root server is busy
or it's name is type mismatched?

the mail go through

Is it possible to see the log of the query to the maps-root?
no log, otherwise it would be too easy to use XMail :-)

How may I inform back to the user that it's mail server is in a "black list"
and cannot relay to our server?, some postmaster explanation?
blacklisting is a pre-enter filter, messages of listed IP will never go
inside XMail ( if you set the rule to 1 ).


- Davide


Edinilson
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Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 9:33 AM

Subject: [xmail] Custmapsli

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