Hi again

I hope someone can shed some light on this topic. I have an ISDN dailup
connection, with a FBDS + qmail + vpopmail + mysql box on my LAN. When I
send emails to local users, all is fine. But, when I send email to
www.webmail.co.za, I get the following message:

Knocky qmail: 1059263981.990167 delivery 7: deferral:
Connected_to_196.35.40.11_but_greeting_failed./Remote_ho
st_said:_553_Your_IP_address_196.22.188.100_is_blackholed_by_dnsbl.njabl.org
._/

My internal LAN is on the 192.168.0.0 IP range, and I send email to my
server (192.168.0.250), which then directly sends it out on the net.
Is there a way to deliver local mail locally, and all other mail to my
upstream ISP?
As per the FAQ, I have to add my upstream mail server address, and then
disable local delivery (hash it out in /etc/inetd), but then it doesn't run
at all.

Any ideas?



Kind Regards
Rudi Ahlers
OcÚ Software Support
+27 (11) 661-9000

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