Same here. I was on my way to grep through my maillog in order to find out more. Seems like it’s a general issue then?
Kind regards Andreas > On 24. Feb 2020, at 18:58, epektasis <rpt...@amerytel.net> wrote: > > I received the same message, for the same message number. > I get these every once in a while. FWIW. > T. > >> On Mon, Feb 24, 2020 at 06:41:19PM +0100, Peter J. Philipp wrote: >> Hi, >> >> I got another "bouncing messages from firstname.lastname@example.org" message. The >> particular message was 4669 that bounced. Yet I have no record of this in >> my maillog, so I suspect a DNS fault. >> >> Feb 24 12:07:04 was the time when the 4668 message came to me so I suspect >> that 4669 came after. >> >> I do have a query log for DNS and isolating the fault requires perhaps having >> some logs from opensmtpd.org for the mail to me (if possible). These logs >> should state if it was a DNS fault in their own wording. >> >> Every answered DNS packet should be accounted for. I have a fairly good >> idea >> of one of the vultr nameservers that opensmtpd.org uses but there is other >> addresses like IPv6 addresses that I'm not sure of. Being given a list of >> the nameservers would help me in the debug as well. >> >> Would opensmtpd.org be able to provide me the logs so I can attempt tracking >> the problem? >> >> Best Regards, >> -peter >> >> > > -- > >